Christine is an organized, detail-oriented writer with a healthy respect for deadlines. She worked closely with our subject matter expert while ghostwriting two Red Cross books at the StayWell Red Cross Strategic Business Alliance and was instrumental in helping us bring in both projects on time and on budget. I highly recommend her.
Owner Payton Communications
Former Managing Editor of StayWell
Chris is a superb editor! She has an excellent eye for strong and clear prose, and she is also adept at imagining a reader's perspective, in order to anticipate pressing questions and ensure that ideas come across clearly. Friendly, thoughtful, timely, and enthusiastic, Chris is a pleasure to work with on any writing project.
--Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD
Psychologist and author
What a treat it was to open the magazine and find your article about Melwood and our work at the Kennedy Center. Well done! I hope you are as happy with the article as we are.
It always amazes me about how much time and attention go into making an article like this work so well. Despite all of the challenges you had in gathering information and connecting with people for interviews, everything came out so very well. Please know that we are truly grateful for your time and attention. It is not often that Melwood's story is showcased in such an amazing fashion.
Again, thank you for crafting such a superb article. Best wishes for your continued success.
Chris tackles a project promptly, hands it in on time and provides excellent copy. She worked as a freelance writer for me and was always persistent in making contact with sources and in following up if they don't get back to her.
Former Editor of Advance for Nurses
Christine McLaughlin was the subcontracted author on CorporateHistory.net's 40th anniversary book for BAYADA Home Health Care. She conducted dozens of interviews (including a Q&A panel with the Baiada founding family), went on field trips, and conducted research in company holdings at various locations. She did the first draft, then worked diligently with her CorporateHistory.net editor on an extensive rewrite when the client changed course on the structure of the book. The schedule became demanding. At each step Chris remained positive and professional. She doesn't have a prima-donna bone in her body. She gets along with everyone and is particularly good on medical subjects.