Write as Rain Communications, LLC, helps companies connect and communicate with their audiences. Each project is viewed through a strategic lens to ensure it fits within the client’s overall goals, builds and maintains the brand, and supports the organization’s vision and mission.
Fueled by large amounts of coffee and driven by the need to make communication clear, I founded Write as Rain to turn my life-long love of words into a career. I’ve long been known as voracious reader, and a lover of puns and wordplay. I wrote my first story in first grade about a family of frogs, partnered with a friend to launch a community newsletter at age 11, and have been quoted in the National Enquirer and the London Observer.
Before launching Write as Rain in 2005, I spent more than 15 years honing my skills in communications roles for a not-for-profit and for-profit companies. Past employers include Northwest Education Loan Association, Student Loan Finance Association, Text 100 (a public relations firm), and the Seattle Housing Authority. These jobs contributed to my communication skills, but they’re old news now. You can read more about them on my LinkedIn page.
After graduating from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in communications, I went back twice for 9-month certificate programs in nonfiction writing and integrated marketing communications.
This is what I do, and I’m good at it. I’ve been working as Write as Rain for nearly 15 years. It’s not a side gig. I’m not looking for a job or writing a novel.