Kimberly Allen is a seasoned writer and editorial consultant with extensive experience creating print and digital media content.
As a freelance writer for the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Kim authored Clayton.Talk, a weekly blog column for over five years. In 2011, she began work as a freelance writer with We Are Clayton Magazine and was quickly tapped to serve as editor of this eclectic quarterly. Within one year, Kim worked her way up to managing editor where she served for over seven years. These positions coupled with other freelance opportunities led to her current role as Public Relations Specialist.
Her skill set includes content creation, editing, ghostwriting, and technical writing for individuals and organizations within the public, private and nonprofit sectors. One of her most recent projects included penning a series of articles for The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. These collective experiences led to Kim being invited to co-author the second volume of The Better Business Book, released in June 2017.
A Fordham University alumna, Kim is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, the Editorial Freelancers Association, and the Atlanta Writers Club.
Kim is currently accepting writing and editing assignments. Contact Kim today to discuss your needs!