Words have always been a huge part of my identity.
For my 11th birthday, my mom gifted me a book called Powerful Writing Skills by Richard Andersen. I remember packing it in my Jansport backpack and showing it off to my classmates on the first day of school.
In hindsight, I wasn’t parading around the book as much as I was my fierce desire to be a writer. Any kind of writer. A journalist, an author, anything–as long as words were involved.
Over the years, my writing has taken many forms. In high school, I typed furious Xanga posts about my “tortured” teenager life. (Yikes.) As a grad student, I penned analytical essays on the bamboo ceiling and the need for Asian American women leaders. My words have worn many hats.
But one thing remains the same: at the heart of everything I write is a desire to express something meaningful and share it with others.
Words were and continue to be my safe house. They now also happen to be my job.
My Path to Human
My words have served higher education initiatives, nonprofits, and mission-driven e-commerce businesses. For over five years, I’ve written for organizations that put community at the center of their work. Their example inspires me to use my skills as a vehicle for doing good.
My mission is to uplift the voices of businesses that want to leave the world a better place than we found it. The best marketing is the kind that puts people first. What better place to do it than at an agency that calls itself Human? It’s all in the name.
As a copywriter, I know the power words have to make a meaningful impact. How can I help you make your mark?
If you ever have any questions or need help, please reach out to me directly at email@example.com. You can also connect with me on LinkedIn.