Since 2010 I've been teaching radio skills at Columbia Journalism School. This involves teaching the art of writing for the ear, how to write in and out of your interviewees' 'cuts', how to be aware of the rhythm of a good sentence and, finally, how to be a good storyteller.
You don't undergo years of an English education as I did without emerging with a decent grasp of grammar. I finally put those years to good use by writing for a living, and I combined my written communication skills with my storytelling skills to become a radio reporter.
We all know how important communication is in the workplace. I am available to teach those in the corporate world how to communicate more effectively both orally and in writing.
I am also available to help you turn a lackluster podcast into something you'll be proud of.