In nearly three years on the integrated marketing team at the 4,000-employee healthcare laboratory ARUP, I often edited messaging, social media, and materials for other company departments. I also took part in a major site rebrand.

As an editor at the websites Nature World News and Headline News and Global News, with 33 Universal in New York, I managed seven writers and did developmental edits and posted updates.

As a copy editor or proofreader (AP, Chicago, GPO, in-house style guides), I’ve delivered projects for:

National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning (Office of Head Start). Website, PDFs, video text, reports. Six months of editing.

NCsoft, global videogame corporation, Seattle. Website copy-edit.

Simons Foundation, New York. Article, Quanta magazine.

Becker & Mayer, llc, and Chronicle Books. Proofread three book manuscripts.
GE Healthcare. Edited a 250-page convention guide.

Milliman. Copyeditor for two years on call. Website, SharePoint, newsletter, reports.

Fodor’s Guide to Houston. Fact-checker.

National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (Office of Head Start). 33-page report.

Want to see more? Check out some of my work in technical reports and white papers, environment and public health, and journalism.

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Catherine B. Arnold is a hired pen writing about science, health, urbanism, and wildly unrelated areas. She’s published articles in the Washington Post, Seattle Times, Science Careers, Bicycling, and NBC Health; and does content marketing for NGOs, universities, organizations, and companies.