Focus, clarity, and dynamic language are three of the key elements that make for highly readable prose. Beth's expertise in this area includes:
Grants and Fundraising Materials
Beth's applications have met with approval from a wide range of foundations, including Trillium, Laidlaw, Walmart-Evergreen, the McLean Foundation, and the Commonwealth Foundation. She has succesfully solicited funding from all levels of government, as well as numerous corporate sources. For grants written in 2007, Beth's success rate was 100%.
Promotion and Outreach
Beth has developed comprehensive communication packages for clients that range from grassroots groups to government bodies. Her portfolio includes websites, promotional videos, brochures, and event posters.
Recognized by the National Magazine Awards in 2004 with Honourable Mention in the Personal Journalism category, and by EVENT Literary Journal's Creative Non-Fiction Competition in 2003, Beth is a talented writer of first-person prose. Her current project is a memoir titled Dirty Work: True Confessions of a Neurotic Environmenalist.