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Everyone writes, but writing that communicates exactly what the writer intended to convey is often difficult. Effective writing requires skill, experience, and talent.
Jeff Klein founded Precise Prose in 2004. Back when he was 15, an English teacher asked Jeff to enter a national fiction writing contest, but with the deadline 2 days away, she told him not to get his hopes up. Jeff wrote a short story overnight and ultimately received first place in the teen writing category. Apparently Jeff could write.
Forty years later, Jeff brings his technical communications, IT, and management consulting experience to a host of clients ranging from state agencies to financial service firms to FDA-regulated medical device manufacturers. Jeff lives in Wilton where he spends his free time trying to outwit the deer that terrorize his garden.
Email: Jeff (at) PreciseProse (dot) com.
Kathy Dalton, PhD, brings to Precise Prose enhanced analytical and consulting experience in governmental operations and health care policy. Formerly an acting Assistant Secretary for Health and Human Services in the Cuomo administration, Kathy has held equally demanding positions at several NYS agencies, and taught at the college level. She has a Masters Degree in Public Administration and a Doctorate in Political Science. Kathy lives in Latham where she spends her spare time walking Reilly, her English Labrador.
Email: Kathy (at) PreciseProse (dot) com.
Precise Prose is backed by a group of talented, responsible and responsive Associates. Our associates offer subject matter expertise in many fields, including government operations, IT, light manufacturing, web design, insurance, operations management, and accounting. For assignments requiring branding and a full-spectrum advertising or web presence, we work closely with several excellent web design and advertising firms.
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