Hi! I’m Amy Ahn. I write and edit for anyone in need of words. I work with all types of clients, but one thing never changes: I love providing a service that makes my clients’ jobs a little easier. I love that my clients know I’m on it — which means they can get back to the work that only they can do.
Coming from a PR and marketing background, I bring an audience-focused perspective to every project I take on. I enjoy juggling several projects at once, and the ability to write about topics ranging from farming to railroads to children’s mental health really floats my boat.
Has “write a blog” been on your to-do list for weeks? What about that press release, or those staff bios for your website? I’d love to help out.
Kudos From Clients
“Just a note to say how much I appreciate your work on RTC's projects. I'm blown away by your thorough attention to detail and lightning speed. THANK YOU! So glad to have you on our extended team.”
— Brandi Horton, vice president of communications, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
"Amy, the Facebook post promoting our first blog was by far our most popular post in months. I think this is going to go over very well and be popular. Excited to see what's next!"
— Shawn Eubank, Co-founder, VP of Marketing and Sales, Rocklands Farm Winery & Market
"Amy helped us with a writing project a few months back. The team loved the piece — it hit the mark, flowed really well, and was a good marketing piece that didn’t read like a marketing piece."
— Hunter Montgomery, Chief Marketing Officer, Higher Logic
“I told Amy to grammatically beat the [heck] out of me until my guide was the best it could be. She did just that and more. Amy is a pro."
— David Tepper, founder, Skunkmasters®
“Thank you for the branding work you've helped us with these past few months. We used the talking points during our staff message training and your web content for our strategic plan launch, and they went over really well!”
— Seth Klukoff, Senior Director of Communications, Equal Measure
My Recent Blog Posts
If you’re reading this then you really are a true friend, because I haven’t been broadcasting very much on social media lately, so you really had to dig to find this.
Here’s the truth. In late May, I had a miscarriage, and my life hasn’t been the same since.
In case you didn't know, I have a dog named Gracie. Like most dogs, she's so much more than a pet. Because I work from home, Gracie also doubles as my boss, my coworker, and occasionally, my personal trainer (get out of your chair and take me on a run)! In honor of Gracie's birthday this coming Sunday, she will be receiving a raw steak.
The rumors are true: I've been working as a freelancer for over a year now! I have mixed feelings about this. On the one hand, I like that I'm not starting absolutely everything from scratch. I have clients who know me, trust me, and pay Gracie's vet bills.
Look. I love Netflix as much as the next binge-watcher. I'm guilty of consuming shows that I didn't even realize I cared about until I was nine episodes deep. But I don't usually re-watch any of them. "The Crown" was different.
Two years ago today, the death of a favorite high school teacher shook me to the core. Maybe it was the suddenness of it — Mr. Duffy was only 51 when he died. Maybe it was the irony of it — as our freshman year English teacher, he was the one who taught us to "seize the day" and take the road less traveled by, since life was so short. Maybe it was
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