When Jamie began creating content for our fintech startup, we were starting completely from scratch and I didn’t really have much to give Jamie to work with. Without skipping a beat, Jamie fully immersed herself in the personal finance space and began to churn out helpful, relevant pieces that not only stated the facts but told compelling, relatable stories. While I had my hands full across the business, Jamie was excellent at managing her work independently and hardly ever needed my direction. She was responsive, timely, and efficient - even when I had to spring something on her at the last minute or needed yet another revision. In a very short time, she built up an entire content library, with one of her pieces about a “breakup budget” still being one of the best performing on our site! Resources at a startup are precious; starting this project felt like a make-or-break moment and Jamie totally delivered. Plus, when you find a writer that can make finances seem interesting, you never want to let her go!
Kerri Moriarty, Chief Strategy Officer at Momentum Enterprises
I can say this without any exaggeration: I would not have been admitted to any top grad school programs without your [writing] help. Ultimately, I'm deciding between Anderson (UCLA), Kellogg (Northwestern), and Wharton (U Penn). All are top-5 schools for marketing, and Wharton is generally considered to be the best business school in the world. You’ll recall that this was the essay you helped me craft, and Wharton accepted only three people this year.
David D., Ph.D. Candidate
Jamie is brilliant yet plainspoken, driven yet humble. I cannot adequately describe the effect she has on others. Through artful and skilled rhetoric, I have time and again seen her take on complex and morally “thick” issues and visibly affect audiences through her argument. She truly is without equal.
Dr. Peter Liotta, MFA, Ph.D.