Richmond, VA, March 13, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- A Writer on Writing IT Communications
Sharing her scoop – why, who, what, when, where, how and benefits of writing for niche business sectors, Wright’s workshop is based on her book, A Writer on Writing, the building blocks of nonfiction writing. Attendees explore
Why – recognize the power of the written word
Who - in today’s business environments, you don’t just sell your work; you sell yourself
What – while there are vast writing styles, develop niche expertise
When/Where - dedicate specific space and time for writing
How - develop an understanding of business and/or professional writing styles used to produce professionally published documents.
A Writer on Writing IT Workshop
Partnering with Richmond Information Systems Educators (RISE), Wright’s workshop is scheduled May 11, 2010 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and held at Data Directions – Mechanicsville VA, www.data-directions.com. Registration is available through RISE, www.riseclasses.com or Wright’s web page http://blog.thewrightscoop.com/2010/03/09/writer-workshop-it.aspx.
As a communications personality, Wright appeared on WTVR Channel 6 TV, FM 97.3 Inspiration Corner, WCVE PBS Richmond Channel 23 TV and Channel 35 TV Author’s Review. She is published by Greater Richmond Area Work Magazine, Richmond Newspapers, VA BBB, The Office Magazine, Data Management, Journal of Systems Management, Information Executive Newsletter, Your Computer Career and Green Profit. Her contributing writing is recognized by universities through out the U.S. and translated in Germany and Cuba.
Recommended as a workshop instructor by RISE, when Wright shared her strategies with the VA Housing Development Authority, they described her topic, Creating a Brand Name You, as “right on target with our objective of improving communication within our department.”
Career History –
A former Technology systems manager, Wright was award the Association Information Technology Professionals (DPMA) silver award for her long-term contributions to the information technology community and is profiled by the Richmond Newspapers and Bureau of Business Practice for her management and information technology theories, featured by the VA BBB for her viewpoint of ethics and by Richmond.com for her professional networking strategies.
A multi-sector communications specialist, Wright teaches adult education for the VA Community College communications department and Henrico County Adult Education Program. She has provided speeches/workshops for VCU Career Conversations, Bliley’s Women’s Forum, Richmond Assoc. Information Technology Professionals, International Assoc. Business Communicators, and Richmond Society of Public Relations Professionals.
Wright’s research is available as a one-on-one consultant, keynote or departmental speech and/or workshops. To schedule an event for your organization, see web site www.TheWrightScoop.com or contact Sylvia@TheWrightScoop.com or call 804-672-6007.