Writing and editing for executives, thought leaders and content marketers
Content writing and thought leadership
- White Papers
- Annual reports
- B2B and consumer articles
- Guest columns and blogs
- Award nominations
Marketing collateral and integrated marketing communications
- Case studies
- Web content
- Sales sheets
Reasons to work with me
- My ability to maintain executives' and brands' voice, while amplifying your messages and subject matter expertise.
- I "translate" and communicate technical, medical and research-related information in ways that resonate with your audiences, no matter the topic.
- With over 20 years' professional writing and editing experience, I've built a large knowledge base from which to draw upon to enhance your projects. Subject areas include business and IT (CRM, ERP, cybersecurity, finance, tax planning, investing), health and medicine, technology and engineering (mechanical, nuclear, civil, biomedical).
- I'm professional and easy to work with. Usually friendly. Occasionally funny. Always on time.
Kimberlee Roth, of Outword Communications, has assisted organizations of all sizes, including several Fortune 500 firms, with their consumer and B2B content marketing efforts. The topics she covers span engineering, business, philanthropy, health, medicine and technology.
Writing and editing professionally for over 20 years, Roth's work has been published widely, appearing in and on dozens of magazines, websites and newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, to which she was a frequent contributor and author of the popular health series, "How it Feels." She's the co-author of Surviving A Borderline Parent: How to heal childhood wounds and build trust, boundaries and self-esteem (New Harbinger, 2003).
What Clients Say
“Thanks for the [editing] help Kim. Sow’s ear to silk purse.”
“Am passing on this praise for your work on the annual report. You did an excellent job.”
University medical school annual report
A lot of positive feedback on the magazine….The work you did for us was really fantastic.”
University engineering alumni magazine
“Kim, you know this a testament to your work, right!!?”
Project manager, large health system
(Client won a healthcare quality award for which I wrote the nomination.)
“You did a lovely job with this article and we’re very glad you pitched it to us. This is the kind of subject we do not get to feature often enough, and you did great work to bring the challenges to life.”