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Ana Menez, Freelance Writer and Educator


Hello there! Thank you for taking interest in my work. My name is Ana Menez. I am a freelance writer and educator.
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Writing is my passion. I enjoy producing informative articles, books, and learning resources. I serve with a Christian nonprofit training and equipping ministry. We develop and teach Growth & Resource Materials for church, marketplace leaders, and laypeople.
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If you're here for reading and research purposes, the site is yours to explore. And if you're on a hunt for content or service providers, I look forward to hearing from you!

Ana Menez

articles on godinterest.com (a Christian website)
https://godinterest.com/author/pasaway2dmax/

articles on shazzyfitness.com (a Christian fitness website)
https://www.shazzyfitness.com/blogs/dance-workout/tagged/ana-menez


Experience/Skills
-Content Provider for a Health and Wellness website
-Content & Image Provider for a Ladies WordPress Blog
-Content Provider for a Christian Website
-Content Provider for a Travel Website
-Academic Paper Ghostwriting
-eBook Ghostwriting
-SEO Content/Article Writing
-Product Review Writing
-Product Info Writing
-Audio Transcription
-Powerpoint, Word, Excel
-JPG to Text Transcription
-Data Entry
PDF to Word Transcription/ Typing Speed of 95WPM (as of 22 Apr, 2020)


Writing Samples
Health
Relationships
Christian
Projects/Tasks 
-Content Provider | godinterest.com
-Content Provider | shazzyfitness.com

-Content Provider, Project Manager | (Nimble Media (May 2014-Oct 2014)
-EA/Material Developer/Teacher/Counselor | IGS Int'l Ministries (2002- current)
-Church Growth Class Lesson Developer/Teacher/Counselor ( 1993- current)

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