Writing, editing, spiritual directing, mentoring, singing, jewelry making, skiing curly-haired gal with glasses
Barbara Mulvey Little is a communications professional with over 25 years of experience in writing, editing, media, public relations, marketing, event planning & fundraising.
As a freelance writer/editor for more than a decade, her articles and columns have appeared in regional newspapers, magazines, and websites earning her coveted “above-the-fold” newspaper placement and magazine cover articles. She was also one of the founding writer/editors for a regional website that won an Edward R. Murrow award for Best Television Site/Small Markets.
She has also produced entertainment and marketing video content (winning a “best marketing video” award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America).
Writing and Editing Work includes:
- writing and/or editing website copy
- press releases and marketing materials
- booklets, annual reports, and executive profiles
- corporate newsletter writing and editing
- magazine and website articles
- advertisements, flyers, and brochures
- newspaper articles and columns
- religious rituals and prayers
- training manuals
- dissertation editing
- medical/dental editing
Other Work Experience
Barbara has held positions in non-profit public relations and development, broadcast television management, corporate training, and community education. Life-long mobility and resulting adaptability have given her a unique perspective on people, business, community, and the ability of one person to effect change.
Montclair State University (Montclair, New Jersey) BA communications, magna cum laude, writing honors
University of Washington (Seattle, Washington) editing certificate
She also earned her SEO copywriting certification for Success Works (the only industry indorsed program), and spiritual director certification from the Benedictine Monastery of the Risen Christ in San Luis Obispo, California.
The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant.
We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.