I recently accepted a new position as a Senior Copywriter with the Microsoft Cloud + Enterprise Brand Content Studio. My focus is creating intelligent copy to make technical concepts more compelling, digestible, and relatable. Specifically, my team writes and edits landing pages, blogs, emails, infographics, e-books, and other B2B marketing copy. I excel at driving innovative content and managing complex projects while adhering to brand guidelines, style guides, and edit schedules. I see myself as an advocate for quality and act as an expert resource on editorial processes while serving internal Microsoft clients. 

As the Staff Writer/Content Strategist for my last company, my energy was focused on developing video scripts, web content, internal communications, staff training materials, and client education resources. I gained direct experience writing for Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and Amazon Web Services, among other top clients in the Seattle area. Additionally, I wrote the company blog and managed all social media channels. As a Video Producer, I served as a creative project manager to deliver internally and externally facing video in the realm of corporate communications (B2B, B2C, instructional, marketing, and everything in between). I enjoy helping clients communicate their messages and creating quality content is important to me.

Prior to accepting my current position, I was also promoted to Production Manager at my last company. In addition to all previously mentioned responsibilities, I managed the post-production schedule, shoot schedule, PTO requests, intern hours, and our contractor databases. Additionally, I was responsible for inventorying equipment, coordinating rentals, and managing gear check-out procedures. I also happen to be one of those sick people who really enjoy the puzzle that is scheduling and, in general, I'm just really passionate about creating systems that work for people.

Writers fish for the right words like fishermen fish for, um, whatever those aquatic creatures with fins and gills are called.

Jarod Kintz