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Melissa Crowley

Hi. I'm Melissa.


As a professional writer, my portfolio reflects an enthusiasm for diversity and an appreciation for challenges that encourage creativity, growth, and meaning, in both my life and my work. 

I have a wide range of experiences that include both online and printed articles, viral blog posts, multi-channel digital marketing, SEO content, web copy, grant writing, education curriculum, social justice reform, research, academic writing, journalism, press releases, speech writing, advocacy projects...and more. 


My areas of expertise include education, nonprofit administration, marketing, underserved community organization, and writing/editing. I am blessed to claim a colorful and rewarding background, and I look forward to continuing a career that's filled with surprise. 


I believe in providing high-quality content, developing professional subject knowledge, and delivering top-notch excellence to every client that I serve. My goal is to help clients communicate their brand clearly and effectively by providing them with their own professional voice. 


I have a BS degree in Justice Sciences/ English from the University of Alabama. From there, I went on to obtain my MAT in Education from Belmont University in Nashville where I graduated among the top of my cohort with a 3.98 GPA. I received my COMP certification from Peabody College at Vanderbilt (Nashville, TN). After graduation, I became certified to teach in Tennessee and Alabama and I currently hold my Montessori teaching credential.


For me, it's not just about writing. It's about learning and growing professionally while helping others to create their own success stories.


If you're looking to build your website, grow your resources, develop your brand, establish authority, or generate revenue, I can help! 


Send me an email to get started on your next project today!

Resolutions to Keep (the short list)

It's that time of year again...A New Year...and now what? I have dutifully made lists of good intentioned resolutions, only to not even be able to remember them after a week...much less a year! Then, there have been years that I have sworn off these seasonally imposed obligatory self improvements altogether. This year, I am attempting to once again alter my resolve strategy and create manageable goals that would enrich my life or the lives of others. So, let's do this! 1. Resolve to engage. Be

Kick-start Your Year! 5 Simple Steps Towards Success

Successful leaders know that prosperity depends on preparation! Here are 5 simple recommendations that can be applied to almost every industry that will ensure greater visibility, growth, boost morale and create tangible results for your business in the year ahead. • Surround yourself with a team of talent. Recruit if necessary. Identify strengths. Delegate. • Make the most of social media:Social media has opened doors allowing access to (free!) mass advertising, networking, and training opportu

NC justice system failing mentally ill inmates

In recent years, North Carolina’s Justice System regarding its mentally ill population has gained negative attention nationwide. Reports reveal what can only be described as a failing approach to an already crumbling system. Worse still, the findings indicate the expensive current practices that fail to reduce recidivism rates are actually costing Carolina taxpayers more than a comparable system that would focus on providing adequate treatment and reducing arrest rates. One might expect the lac

Why Is Everyone Moving to the Dallas Fort Worth Area?

The Dallas Fort Worth area has a lot to offer its residents. Maybe that’s why it gained over 140,000 new residents from 2015 to 2016. That’s more than any other metro area in the United State. From young professionals to active families, this is one place that truly has something for everyone. Are you thinking about relocating? Dallas Fort Worth might be just the place that you’ve been looking for. Check out some of the things that make the Dallas Fort Worth area a great place to call home!

Fashion Sample Post: 10 Fashion Brand Blogs That Know All About Ugly Sweater Parties

Blogging about other greats in your industry or seasonal happenings is a good idea for fresh, timely content and to build healthy, helpful links back to your website. Below, we pulled together a 572-word fashion and apparel sample blog post about ugly sweaters to ring in the holiday season as an example. It’s that magical time of the year again, when you get to enjoy special traditions like mistletoe, eggnog and…ugly sweaters! Choosing the perfect party ensemble doesn’t have to be difficult. T

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