Redding, CA, April 26, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- About E. Estella Cox
E. Estella Cox is a Business Communications Instructor at Shasta College and a Freelance Editor and Proofreader with Star Enterprises. Ms. Cox’s expertise lies in Business Communications (writing effective business letters, building employment portfolios, writing analytical proposals based on social science survey by questionnaire), tutoring/editing/proofreading/writing/photographing (worked for public, recreational, religious, and chorale publications on a regular schedule.) Ms. Cox received Bachelor and Master degrees from San Jose State University, and a Preliminary Administrative Credential from Chico State University. Her career history includes English Teacher at Santa Clara Unified School District and Shasta Union High School District, Editor, Writer, and Photographer at General Electric Nuclear Energy Division and the Emporium San Francisco, and a Typesetter and Advertiser at the Willow Glen Resident Newspaper. Ms. Cox is a member of the California Teachers Association, the National Association of Professional Women, the Moreno Valley Master Chorale, the Society of Professional Journalists and a former Tenor with Sweet Adelines. In her leisure time she enjoys swimming, singing, writing, and photography.
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