Erin Schultz is a writer, editor, and publicist. Armed with a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University, Erin has two decades of experience working in media of several formats -- from local to national outlets -- expressing her passion for authentic storytelling. She specializes in pitching clients to top-tier and niche publications to be interviewed or to get them in as new contributors, deep study of thought leadership to develop the most compelling pitches and other content, leveraging a huge network of writers and editors, and ghostwriting and editing of articles and press releases.
A recent stint as an editor in the contributed content department at Entrepreneur.com in Manhattan opened her eyes to the thriving entrepreneurial world of CEOs, founders and everyone in between working hard to realize their business dreams. Erin now works remotely on Long Island near New York City. Her writing has been published all over the U.S. (and a few other countries), and her video work has been broadcast on the Discovery Channel. When Erin isn’t polishing content to perfection or making people famous, she enjoys long-distance running, in-depth conversation at Irish Pubs, and standing ovations at karaoke nights. She also is currently working on a book about her past adventures in journalism.
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