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Freelance lifestyle writer, ghostwriter, and copywriter Carolyn M. Grace.

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Growing up in Philadelphia taught me many things—most importantly that Jim’s South Street has the best cheesesteaks, and a knowledge of history leads to captivating storytelling. As a freelance lifestyle and ghostwriter, I use my innate curiosity, attention to detail, and comprehensive research skills to help shape clients' ideas, editorial voices, and messages for a variety of topics such as technology, marketing, politics, recruitment, and work life. My work has appeared in Culture TripMarie ClaireParentsVegNewsHarness Magazine, and similar publications.

Currently, I'm a content writer at LRN, an ethics and compliance tech company. I write blog posts, podcast scripts, newsletters, website/landing pages, social media posts, and email series that cover a wide range of ethics and compliance-related topics—including ESG, data privacy and protection, DEI, the role of boards of directors and leadership, corporate training and e-learning, and ethical corporate culture.


Prior to joining LRN, I was a writer and content strategist at Thinkso Creative, a boutique creative agency in New York City. At Thinkso, I wrote internal and external communications—including websites, blog posts, newsletters, social media posts, and brochures—for clients in technology, nonprofit, law, logistics, and financial services sectors. Before that, I conducted trend research and cultural strategy at Horizon Media. I used my research to create agency-wide presentations, thought leadership, and newsletters that covered trends in entertainment, travel, media and technology, health and wellness, and food and beverage categories.

I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in American History and French Studies and a minor in Journalism. At Penn, I was awarded the James V. Saporito Memorial Prize—honoring the best undergraduate research paper or thesis in Intellectual and Cultural history—for my senior Honors thesis "Delinquents, Rebels, Lovers, and Lost Souls: Representations of American and French Youth Culture in Film." I also received The Daily Pennsylvanian's 2015 Section of the Year for my work as lead staff writer for the lifestyle section of 34th Street, Penn's weekly arts and culture magazine.

When I'm not listening to podcasts (or writing my own), I enjoy singing at Smash Studios with friends and exploring New York’s art galleries and museums. My love of language stems from extensive global travel, including two years studying abroad in France and eight years touring with the Pennsylvania Girlchoir.

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