Editing

Web editing: In nearly three years on the integrated marketing team at 4,000-employee healthcare laboratory ARUP, I copy edited the blog, the magazine’s online version, and other departments’ messaging and social media. 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 New York City’s 33 Universal, I managed seven writers and did developmental edits and updates.

Copy editing: Three web pages for the housing nonprofit Opportunity Council. Several pages in the Summer and Fall 2020 issues of ASJA Magazine, for the American Society of Journalists and Authors (volunteer).

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.

*If you have questions or you’d like to get in touch, cb.arnold@gmail.com.

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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.