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Amy Saunders

Freelance content strategist, writer and editor

Phoenix, AZ

Amy Saunders

Freelance content strategist, writer and editor
amyksaunders@gmail.com
@amyksaunders

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Life after death

Near-death experiences: five people who returned from death to change their lives.
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Family bonding, the hard way

A mother and daughter repair their relationship through a Girl Scouts troop — in prison.
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Easing others' grief helps temper her own

After her husband's murder in Haiti, Nicolle Bompart keeps fighting for their orphanage.
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The Battle for the Baton

Aspiring Ohio State drum majors train for years toward a goal most won't achieve.
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Amid challenges, ComFest future unclear

A popular festival is challenged by growth and the death of a teenager there.
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Program helps nurture young lives

Years after third-graders were offered college scholarships, the experiment comes to fruition.
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Blind trust

Guide dogs and their owners endure 12-hour training days before becoming an inseparable team.
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Patriotic activist

Rupert Starr stood up to the Nazis but only recently had the courage to celebrate being gay.
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Boy wonder

Gavin George is two people in one: a world-class pianist and a 9-year-old who loves Legos.
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A fishy Fourth

There's nothing that special about Ashville's July 4, except for maybe the fish sandwich.
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Alarmingly thin

Eating disorders, often thought of as a teenage-girl problem, are growing among young children.
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Online insults hard to erase

It can be challenging, if not impossible, to erase damaging information online.
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About

Amy Saunders

I'm a content marketer who gets both the content and the marketing. As a reporter and editor turned marketer and business owner, I create blog posts, e-books, website copy, emails, and social posts that simultaneously serve business goals and actual people.

I built the foundation of my career as a reporter at The Columbus Dispatch, where I was named best feature writer in Ohio by the Associated Press. Since then, I've worked for a leading content marketing agency, where I wrote and edited health care content for hospital systems, and for the SaaS company Infusionsoft, where I focused on digital marketing advice for small business owners. I bring those strategies to life in overseeing all marketing for Strolleria, the baby-gear retailer my husband and I started in 2016.

Whether I'm writing about technology, health, strollers or anything in between, I translate complex topics into engaging content that helps people make sense of the world around them.