I went to Cornell when I was 38. Bachelor's in Animal Science. I've been a school bus driver, pharmaceutical rep, pharmacy tech, firefighter/EMT, horse trainer, boarding stable owner, and secretary. I also garden, can, quilt, etc.
I've written about alternative fuel, student tracking apps and other transportation technology, including telematics. I've covered the driver shortage, seatbelt laws/issues, and many other aspects of student transportation, including how to plan for disasters.
I've created brochures for manufacturers, and covered topics such as the re-bond foam industry, new issues in seating, the latest in bus washing equipment, wheelchair securements, 3-point harnesses improving student behavior, etc.
As a lifelong rider (yes, I had the fringed shirt and red cowboy hat as a toddler - my outfits have improved, but I love horses just as much), I am always pitching articles to horse publications. I'm a regular contributor to: Instride Edition, including the PHBA magazine section, Northeast Equestrian Life, and my work has appeared in Sidelines.
I have a Bachelor's in Animal Science from Cornell University. I also worked in Equine Research and in the Vet School Pharmacy as a Technician during college. I graduated when I was 42.....and still had kids and horses at home. YEP - I'm a hard worker!
I'm always looking for more clients in the Animal Health Industry. Here is an article I wrote for Banixx on Pigeon Fever.
I've also been a volunteer firefighter/EMT, a Novartis Pharmaceutical Rep, and worked 4-years as a pharmacy technician at Cornell Vet School.. With my background in Animal Science, and hands-on experience, I can be your healthcare writer, too!