As the Copywriter at Flatiron School, I deliver content across multiple channels including paid, search, social, and organic. My main responsibilities include creating longform blog content to generate leads and support local markets I also write copy informed by best practices for landing pages, Google, Facebook, and email.




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Front End development and Back End development are responsible for the internet you interact with — all day, every day. Front End development uses programming languages to create what the user sees in a browser; Back End development uses programming languages to fulfill those requests on the server side. Combined, it creates a seamless experience for the user.

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Amazon is coming to National Landing in Northern Virginia. Easily accessible via the Metro and car, Amazon HQ2 will transform the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area with 25,000 direct jobs over 12 years and countless other jobs indirectly. Amazon’s announcement is also great news for the city’s tech sector. We already know a lot about Amazon’s plans based on its request for proposal (RFP) to cities and announced plans by the selected cities. Here’s what Amazon HQ2 means for the Washington, D.C. tech scene.

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It’s that time of year again, where you reflect on everything you accomplished (maybe) and look ahead to what’s next (definitely). Fortunately for you, we’ve got just the New Year’s resolution for you. And if you couldn’t guess it by the headline of this post, well, it’s that you should learn to code. And this is the place to start.