Editor at large at Christianity Today magazine & author of the book "A Woman's Place"
I had a great experience working with Stefanie as a contributor to the This Is Our City project at Christianity Today. She followed the assignment well, and her writing was clean and well-researched and needed minimal editing. She was responsive to emails, and I would have happily assigned more content to her. I would recommend Stefanie for freelance reporting articles.
Associate Creative Director at MRM//McCann
Stefanie is hard-working, diligent and collaborative. She is passionate about providing thoughtful, well-written words that put the user experience at the forefront. She treats interface copy and error messaging with the same standards of excellence as the highest level brand copy, which makes her an extremely rare and valuable asset to the Digital Owner Services team.
She brings a professional grace and positive attitude into every situation, even ones that could easily be construed as unclear, unfair or overwhelming. Her work is consistently well-received by colleagues and clients alike. And she has earned the confidence and trust of the entire team.
Beyond her day-to-day assignments, Stefanie has demonstrated that she can write effective and impactful copy for other mediums. She successfully tackled video, print and email projects, learning the nuances of writing effectively for each.
Author of the book "Loved Fearless"
Stefanie edited my manuscript with a writer's eye and a disciple's heart. She kept her eye on grammar, audience and contextual integrity, while also looking to learn from and be true to the content. I felt listened to AND led to deeper and clearer forms of expression. She convinced me that my work was good AND coached me toward a more excellent end product. I am really grateful.
Executive Director of Communications at Evangelical Covenant Church
Stefanie is an outstanding reporter and writer who brings passion and a sense of wonder to every project she takes on. From pitch to delivery, it was a joy to work with her. And yes, I'd hire her again in a heartbeat.