Storyteller at Heart
Hi, I'm Arnita!
I've always been passionate about writing and storytelling. As a curious Writer who loves exploring different aspects of writing, and as part of my writing process, I love immersing myself within, in-depth projects—diving headfirst into research, production, and fine-tuning of stories I feel are most worthy of sharing.
I've been writing professionally since 2006, and I have no intention of slowing down anytime soon.
Get in touch if you have any comments, questions, suggestions, or just want to say "hello," I would be more than happy to hear from you.
I’m graduate of Marian University (Indianapolis). I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration, with a Marketing concentration.
Notable Writing Contributions:
In 2006, I began writing professionally, writing business plans for aspiring business owners and entrepreneurs. As the word spread, I began to receive referrals from the Indiana Small Business Development Center, and the Indiana Women's Business Center.
As a departure from my current writing projects, from 2010 - 2012, I worked with Ivy Tech Community College, the largest community college in Indiana, in the department of Disability Support Services.
I was a notetaker for students who were visually-, physically-, and hearing-impaired, who used Braille translation software and adaptive equipment to assist them in completing their assignments.
From 2011 - 2013, I was a course facilitator for Indiana Wesleyan University (both Indianapolis Campuses). In fact, I was tapped by the Dean to write a course for "Intro to College-Level Writing," which I proudly delivered. I used the college-level course I had written to teach writing classes. I also tutored students one-on-one on how to write essays.
Also, during my time at Indiana Wesleyan University, I worked with two special-needs students, who were visually-, and physically-impaired. I proofread, and assisted them in using adaptive equipment, specifically, the Dragon translator software and equipment to complete assignments, as well.
As of today, since 2006, I'm still writing business plans. The types of business clients for whom I composed business plans sought to own salons, preschool/childcare centers, non-profits, chicken farms, adult daycare centers for seniors, a veteran benefits center, youth group camp, medical transportation business, churches, and the list continues.
In addition to writing business plans, in 2020, I began offering white papers and case studies to my professional writing services for companies that sell to other businesses (B2B).