About Stacey

Since graduating from Washington & Jefferson College in 2004 with a BA in English and Psychology, Stacey has held a number of professional positions in a variety of healthcare settings including: worker’s compensation medical consulting, corporate leave of absence management, clinical oncology research, and medical technology solution design.

Her professional accomplishments are complimented by a Master’s degree in Professional Writing and Rhetoric from Chatham University, which aids in her talent to edit/proofread, teach, advise, and perform workshops regarding the importance of communication in the business world.

Since establishing Rhetorically Urs in 2012, Stacey has accepted projects to help businesses and individual professionals spanning a broad range of specialties including financial professionals, Human Resources, Legal Nurse Consultants, nurses, and college/master’s degree/P.h.D students.

Proficient in creating a professional brand, and with a keen eye for the details, Stacey is seasoned in the creation of effective and professional resumes and curriculum vitae’s. Countless professionals rely on her expertise and experience to proofread and edit their documents including book chapters, medical journal articles, and attorney-client reports.

Stacey is a passionate, professional, knowledgeable and talented writer, editor, and teacher who is eager to assist businesses and professionals advance in their careers through effective communication.

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2 thoughts on “About Stacey

  1. Brittany,

    Thank you so much for visiting the site, and for all your support and encouragement over the years. I’m so excited about this new chapter in my life… Something I know you can relate to… Who would have thought, the same little girls who watched The Land Before Time a million times together would be where we are today? We have much to be thankful for and proud of….

    Rhetorically Urs,
    Stacey

  2. Thanks Steve! I’ve gotten a lot of great pointers from your site, I hope you enjoy mine as well.

    Rhetorically Urs,
    Stacey

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