Freelance Writer: Angi

Currently, I am a contributing freelance writer for Angi and HomeAdvisor. Writing for the solution center, I have created content about plumbing, landscaping, cleaning, contractors, remodeling, appliances, home interiors, flooring, and electrical.

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Branding: Reese and Rose

While working at Superior Jewelry Company, I created the brand Reese and Rose. Filling a void in the resort marketplace, Reese and Rose jewelry has a clean design aesthetic. I worked with graphic and web designer David Coggins to bring the branded vision of R&R to life.

Project Date: 2016

Client: Superior Jewelry Company


I created copy for various infographics while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness. I worked directly with our graphic designer to bring the copy to life visually. Our many infographics were shared widely among early childhood educators, emergency preparedness professionals, and K-12 programs.

Project Dates: 2019-2021

Blog: The Dangers of Hot Liquids: How to Keep Children Safe This Winter

Written while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness

There’s nothing better than warming up with a hot cup of soup or cider when it gets cold outside. But, hot liquids can cause pediatric scald burns, with instant soups accounting for 1 in 5 pediatric scald burns every year. Seattle Children’s Hospital says, “Young children have thinner skin than older kids and adults, so they burn easier. Children ages 4 and under are at the most risk for scald burns because they like to explore and do not know what can hurt them.”

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Project Date: December 2019

Blog: How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Safely During COVID-19

Written while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness

Thanksgiving is going to look a little different this year for many families. According to CBS News, “health experts have warned that gatherings for the upcoming holidays could worsen the surge in COVID-19 cases.” While it may be difficult to stay apart from family this Thanksgiving, everyone must understand the risks associated with getting together.

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Project Date: November 2020

Blog: National Preparedness Month 2020: How to Prepare for Disasters During COVID-19 Coronavirus

Written while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness

The COVID-19 coronavirus has been an unprecedented public health crisis, but the pandemic has also taught us that disasters don’t stop, not even for a national health crisis. The 2020 National Preparedness Month theme is: Disasters Don’t Wait. Make Your Plan Today, that’s why it’s more important than ever to be prepared for natural disasters and emergencies.

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Project Date: September 2020

Blog: Prevent the Flu Virus: The Importance of Hand Washing for Parents and Children

Written while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness

So far, the 2019-2020 flu season has been especially harmful to young children. As of January 30, 2020, there have been 54 reported pediatric deaths due to the flu virus in the United States. Nationwide, the CDC estimates that there have been 6.4 million cases of the flu, 55,000 hospitalizations, and 2,900 deaths. Staying healthy is a top priority for parents and children, and one of the best ways to avoid catching the flu is through regular hand washing.

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Project Date: January 2020

Blog: How to Spot the Signs and Prevent Hypothermia in Children and Adults

Written while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness

Project Date: December 2019

For many families, winter is a season full of snow, warm beverages, and fun outdoor play. But freezing weather can also lead to hypothermia, a condition in which the body becomes exposed to cold temperatures, and when the body loses heat faster than producing it. When hypothermia sets in, a person’s organs cannot function normally, which can lead to organ failure or even death.

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Blog: How to Prepare For Hurricane Season During the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

Written while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness

Project Date: August 2020

According to CNN, the Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 and covers the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean Sea. With sustained winds of 74mph or higher, hurricanes can cause severe damage to properties, communities, and human life. On top of the typical dangers of storms, this year, individuals also have to consider the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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Blog: Does your day care have an emergency plan?

Caring for young children can be challenging enough on a perfectly normal day, but during an emergency those challenges are magnified. Natural disasters and emergencies—such as earthquakes, storms, fires, power outages, flooding or outbreaks that affect a wide community—obviously present a major operational challenge for childcare programs.

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Project Date: February 2020

Blog: 10 Tips for Back to School Safety During COVID-19 Coronavirus

Written while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness

Project Date: September 2020

Whether your child is heading back to school for in-person learning, a mix of in-person and online learning, or virtual learning, it’s essential to teach them how to stay safe, especially during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Our emergency preparedness, safety, and security experts created a list of 10 tips for back to school safety during COVID-19:

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Blog: Full Access Versus Locking Doors in Family Child Care Facilities

Written while working at the Institute for Childhood Preparedness

Project Date: July 2019.

During our recent travels to Kansas and California, an alarming theme emerged among family childcare providers. While inquiring about how to secure a childcare facility, many family child care providers stated that licensure regulations prevented them from locking their doors during operating hours. This presented a huge red flag for us, as unlocked doors can lead to deadly consequences.

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Blog: 30 LG Panel Advantages

For this project, the client was LG Solar. I created a series of blog posts, infographics, and other copywriting mediums. For this client, I signed a confidentiality agreement for the proposed work.

Elisa did a great job, thanks! Appreciate your contributions to the team!

-Feedback received from Venuiti Solutions hiring manager.

Project Date: January 2019

Client: Venuiti Solutions

White Paper: Alchemy Communications

I was commissioned by Kathryn Kolaczek, CEO of Alchemy Communications to write a white paper: How Public Relations Can Help Your Business Before, During, and After a Crisis.

Project Date: Summer 2019

Client: Alchemy Communications

White Papers: Region II Head Start Association

The Institute for Childhood Preparedness served as the primary contractor to the Region II Head Start Association. As part of this work, I received technical data from early childhood professionals interviewed in Puerto Rico and the USVI after Hurricanes Irma and Maria. I created copy for infographics from the technical data supplied.

Project Date: June 2019

Client: Region II Head Start Association

Projects: Preliminary Findings: Meetings with Early Childhood Professionals in Puerto Rico Regarding Disaster Recovery From Hurricane Maria & Findings from Interviews With Early Childhood Professionals in the U.S. Virgin Islands.