I’m Trisha Turner, and my passions are writing and editing. Well, of course they are. I’ve been doing those things for nearly 30 years!
So let’s skip the I-was-born-to-write stuff (I was, by the way) and cut to the chase: I have a looong background of writing and editing for everything from newspapers, to schools, to nonprofit organizations.
Newspaper reporting. Media relations. Corporate and marketing communications. Freelance writing and editing. That’s my career.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in journalism and psychology from Ball State University (Chirp! Chirp!), I got my start as a newspaper education reporter in Kokomo, Ind. And a career of writing about education was born.
Since then, I’ve worked in media relations at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. I’ve also worked in corporate and marketing communications for education-focused nonprofits USA Group, USA Funds and Strada Education Network in Indianapolis.
Along the way, I’ve done freelance writing for the Indianapolis Star and freelance editing of Simon Malls web content for an Indianapolis corporate communications firm.
Today I’m on the other side of things full time, as a freelance writer and editor. I draw on my experience as an in-house communicator to focus on education, nonprofits, and — another of my passions — health and fitness.
I’ve worked with great organizations and publications like: American Legion Auxiliary, Archer Education, Civitas Learning, Conner Prairie, ECMC Foundation, Grassroots Grantmakers, Growth Institute, Hamilton County (Ind.) Tourism, and Towne Post Network. See what clients and colleagues are saying about my writing and editing. Check out my portfolio.
My family and I live in the Indianapolis area — just northeast of the city, in Fishers, Ind., to be exact. When I’m not nose-down in my laptop, I’m usually sitting in a high school or college gym watching my kids play basketball. Or attempting the latest workout to pop up on my YouTube feed. Or hanging out with my family, debating important issues like who was better: Michael Jackson or Prince. (I’m Team Prince, but I’d love to know your thoughts.)
Call (317-908-7042) or email (TrishaLTurner@gmail.com). Let’s talk about a truly important issue: how I can help you tackle your writing or editing projects.