Anna Middlebrook is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University with a bachelor of arts in English and Communications, and more recently, she continued her education with a mini-masters in Public Administration from Rutgers University. To establish a career in editing, she worked for Student Publications where she learned the basics in journalism, advertising, and layout. Next she worked for the marketing communications department of Wheaton College in Illinois. As marketing assistant, she wrote for and edited the publications at the college while also performing the duties of office manager. Upon returning to Texas, Anna became the business development officer for a credit union, fundraising chairman for a nonprofit, and the director of development in municipal government. In all these roles, writing, editing, and communication were daily aspects of her duties. As a freelance editor, Anna has worked with individuals, businesses, publication houses, and in academic settings. Anna and her luthier husband are blessed with three daughters, and she enjoys historical preservation, advocating for public education, and collecting children’s books.
Versatile editing in these areas:
- Academic Fields
- Financial Institutions
- Non-Profit Organizations
- Business Publications
- Children’s Books
“You can be a little ungrammatical if you come from the right part of the country.” – Robert Frost