Erin MARSH | Writing & Editing

When your vision and ideas rest in the hands of someone other than you, you need to trust the experience, dedication and expertise of that individual. Your communications manager should be able to flawlessly capture your voice and provide engaging content with which readers connect.

 

Erin Marsh is that individual. Despite a congenital moderate-to-severe hearing loss, Erin graduated salutatorian from high school and magna cum laude from Miami University of Ohio without any services. After graduation, she joined the New York City Teaching Fellows, spending two years teaching in Washington Heights, while simultaneously earning her Master’s degree from City College of New York (CUNY). 

 

Once her AmeriCorps fellowship ended and her Master’s degree was complete, Erin continued her career overseas, working as Director of Student Activities for the Luxembourg campus of Miami University of Ohio.

 

Erin subsequently returned to the States, teaching high school English for several years, which allowed her to plan engaging lessons for the next generation, to communicate effectively and to resolve conflict.

 

Erin began writing for Adams Street Publishing Company in 2012, writing features, columns, reviews, and editorialized articles. She was eventually promoted to Assignment Editor of Toledo Parent, a role that allowed her to write, create and assign stories, engage Toledo Parent's large digital and social following, and to edit each newspaper before publication.

 

Erin left Toledo Parent to focus on her writing endeavors, and she has since been published in The Washington Post, Business Insider, Parents Magazine, Shondaland and more. 

 

In addition to her journalism work, Erin runs her own business, providing writing/editing services and customized social media marketing for nonprofits and small businesses. 

 

She volunteers with organizations that are improving society on a local level, and she is on the board of Toledo Press Club, founder of Toledo Moms for Social Justice, co-host of the first season of The MelaNation Healing Project Podcast, volunteer yoga teacher at Solace Health & Wellness and mentor for The Avalon Foundation

 

When Erin isn’t writing, she spends her time practicing yoga, reading and exploring the great outdoors with her family.

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