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Dahna C.

Average rate
$65–90/hour
  • Joined May 2018

Corporate communicator, award-winning finance journalist and strategic content writer for thriving wealth management and finance brands

  • Washington, DC Metro
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Dahna C.
Washington, DC Metro

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Summary

I’m a creative, digital communications advisor and strategic content writer with over 20 years’ experience. I'm also an experienced corporate communicator specializing in internal communications, CSR, D&I and change communications messaging.

Work history

Strategic Digital Content Communications Consultant
Integrated digital communications marketing practice that produces outstanding quality, audience-focused, engagement-generating and converting content to clients in thriving enterprises, agencies, and publications.
Contract Content Writer
I write white papers, ebooks, reported stories and blog posts on institutional and personal finance, business growth, HR, insurance, real estate, upscale travel for wealth and finance industries.
Real Estate Journalist
I'm a regular contributor of residential real estate articles to this nationally recognized real estate news and information site.
MetLife
Contributor
Pitched, researched, developed and wrote multiple blog posts for the site.
CORT Furniture Rental
Contribitor
I researched and wrote regular blog posts for the site's blog following the companies brand standards and brief.
FlexShares ETFs
Contributor
Regularly contribute wealth advisor business development blog content and white papers to this Northern Trust Bank brand.

Portfolio

How to Effectively Educate Your Bigger is Better Clients About the FlexShares ETF Difference

Some self-managed ETF clients believe funds with larger assets under management (AUM) are safer and higher performing. They're often comparing them to mutual funds which often require larger AUM to perform well. Here's how to tell your clients the difference.

Cybersecurity: does your small law firm address this serious business risk?

If your small law firm--or any small business you own and operate--has no cyberscurity plan, it's only a matter of time before a hacker finds out and exploits that major vulnerability. Here's how to create yours.

Business Agility: Tips for Excelling During Periods of Exponential Growth

Your small business is starting to grow exponentially and you need to stay agile. But what are the right strategies to keep your business growing in the right direction while avoiding landmines? This blog post tells you how to do that while keeping employees and customers happy.

Easy Ways to Incorporate Small Business Trends into Your Office Design

Small business trends in office design come and go. But it's important to follow them to know which to implement and when to keep employee and client satisfaction high while remaining cost-effective. This blog post tells small business owners how.

A Commercial Guide to Subdividing vs. Open Office Plans

The debate about whether to break up and subdivide large office buildings or opt for open office formats isn’t a new one. In fact, it's raged on over a century in the West. This blog post tells readers what they should consider when making the decision today.

Have Life Insurance through Work? Ask These Questions about Your Coverage

Many people enroll in life insurance coverage through work because the cost may be low and it’s easy to manage. If you do have an employer-sponsored life insurance policy, how much do you really know about it? Have you reviewed your policy details closely? This brief blog post tells what you should

Education

Accreditations

Wellesley College
BA--Political Science
Georgetown University
MPS'19--Corporate Communications

Availability

Seeking work

Available

  • Available during business hours only

Commitment

  • Can work 15hrs per week
  • Can commit to 6 months to 1 year