Dawn holds a Master’s in Creative Writing from New College of California and is passionate about creativity and ideas.
She is a freelancer living in southern California, currently working on essays, a novel, and oral history projects. She previously taught single-subject English in high school. Dawn collaborated with production and marketing teams within editorial for Higher Education publishing at McGraw-Hill. Additionally, she produced teacher videos, interviewed, and helped teachers collaborate together and with other stakeholders at Pearson Foundation. She managed marketing communications collateral at Hewlett-Packard/Agilent and volunteered within community development and computer training in Peace Corps (Cape Verde).
Born and raised in California, she studied in both northern and southern California. She loves books, hiking, and traveling both near and far.
WRITING In Process
Widow’s Peak (working title)
Pachamama (working title)
“Shipping And Handling Cost” Published in Random Sample Review, Issue 6.
“The Hardest Job You’ll Ever Love–Included Peeing On A Stick” Published in Pink Panther Magazine, Volume 12, Number 2, Pages 38-39.
A Day In The Life: How The Tomato Method Can Make You Insanely Productive. Published in Defenestration
Who Did It Better, Larry Brilliant or Grandma? You Choose. Published in The Haven
I Let A Magic Eight Ball Run My Life
Published in Wry Times
Four Behavioral Insights To Help You Ace That Serious Clown Interview
Published in Funny-ish
Dawn is always available for collaborations and talks worldwide. Contact her to chat about writing, content, editing, books, communications, ideas, or anything else. Don’t hesitate to reach out.