When you want to move your field forward by disseminating best practices, evidence-based models, and emerging trends, you need written materials that are clear, informative, engaging, and written with the busy professional in mind. I can work with you on case studies, training manuals, and newsletter articles that:

  • Accurately capture how models function
  • Contain action-oriented information
  • Provide insights into both the “what” and the “how”
  • Highlight key decision points

Program staff are busier than ever. That’s why my content is:

  • Organized around specific learning objectives
  • Sequenced to build knowledge and efficacy
  • Streamlined, easy to understand
  • Easy to digest and find what you need

Other times, you want to establish your position as a thought leader by through white papers, fact sheets, issue briefs, and op-ed pieces. We’ll work together to identify your unique perspective, hone your position statement, and craft your key takeaways. I can search engine optimize (SEO) materials to elevate your content in a web search. And we can tailor the style and tone for policy makers, city council, foundation staff, or the general public.


I am a former health educator and health coach who has worked extensively with patients, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, clinic managers, data analysts, and senior executives. I know the ins and outs of health care services, health systems, clinic workflows, state and federal health policies, and innovative payment models. I’ve also managed a variety of public health programs (intimate partner violence, food systems, youth development), and worked in culturally specific organizations serving low-income Asian immigrant communities. I often used these types of materials to build successful programs, so I understand the type of information your audience wants. Let’s chat about your needs and how I can best support you.


Jessica delivers terrific results. Her writing is clear and easy to understand. When she sends me documents to review I usually only need to make minor comments and adjustments, even when we’re collaborating on topics that are new to her. 

-Ariel Singer, former health care client