Wendy has worked primarily in web copywriting for the past ten years, but also has extensive experience in professional print journalism, book publishing, television and theater. Not only is she an award-winning writer (Society of Professional Journalists), she excels at helping others perfect their craft.
Career highlights include:
- Psychology Today blogger. Guest humor blogger on Pick the Brain, Elephant Journal, IndieReader, The Change Blog and The Literary Shrink. (2012-2013)
- Freelance SEO and lead generation web copywriter for a several clients, including Datalot, SEO Image and Elika Associates. (2009 to present)
- SEO copywriter for Atrinsic, a leading digital marketer of music, gaming and reference web sites. (2006-2009)
- Author of comic memoir, Hide & Seek: How I Laughed at Depression, Conquered My Fears and Found Happiness. (Kunati 2008)
- Contributor to The Change Blog and Pick the Brain. (2008)
- Freelance contributor to The New York Times. (2003-2006)
- Contributor to Newsweek’s My Turn column. (2003)
- Print/online copywriter for Doubleday Direct’s Stage & Screen Book Club. (2000-2003)
- Plays produced at several off-off Broadway Manhattan stages including, the American Theatre of Actors, Sanford Meisner Theatre, INTAR and the Theatre Studio. Readings of one-act plays held by Break a Leg Productions at libraries throughout Manhattan. (1996-1999)
- Business trade magazine journalist covering auto, college store, plastics and military retail industries. (1993-1996)
- Award-winning humor columnist and self-syndicated writer of Lost in Cyberspace, a column that appeared in weeklies and dailies throughout the country. (1994-1995)
- Produced writer for the hit sitcom Family Ties starring Michael J. Fox. (1987)
Undergraduate studies at Brandeis University and Adelphi University (B.A. in Politics and Communications)
Graduate studies in Screenwriting at the U.C.L.A. Graduate School of Motion Pictures/Television.