Kimberlee Roth, of Outword Communications, helps business, university and nonprofit marketers share their ideas, engage their target audiences, and strengthen their brands. She has assisted companies 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).
Underlying the diverse portfolio is a common thread: the ability to translate technical material into everyday terms for lay audiences, whether talking about IT and cybersecurity or personality disorders. She’s a longtime member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the National Association of Science Writers and the Authors Guild.