Sarah-Joy Pierce had a way with words from an early age. Finalist in a nationally televised spelling competition at the tender age of 7, the young Sarah-Joy had no idea where the power of words would take her.
A somewhat chronic overachiever, she graduated early from a Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Professional Communication (with distinction, mostly after acing all the writing subjects). A short stint overseas as a temporary Journalism major in a mid-west American college town rounded out her undergraduate studies, and shortly afterwards Sarah-Joy said the most important words of her life…I Do.
With married life came a weekly newspaper column, reflecting on the amusements of newlywed experiences. This column came at the same time as a job in marketing for a local accounting and business development firm, where Sarah-Joy learned of the importance of numbers as well as words!
2013 was a year of transition, as Sarah-Joy commenced her Masters degree in Public Relations, finally finding the best outlet for those words. This was accompanied by a shift into the PR industry, working for a mining and resource industry specialist firm (where many of the words spoken are inappropriate to print!).
An even bigger change occurred in 2015, when Sarah-Joy started up her own PR and communications business, working with small businesses in regional Queensland to help them present their best selves to their customers.
While she primarily has experience in writing for industry, trades, government and corporate clients, Sarah-Joy is extremely adaptable to any copywriting challenge presented, and prides herself on always meeting a (realistic) deadline.