Lori Harvill Moore has been writing professionally since her university days. She served as an information specialist for GTE Microcircuits before and after graduating from Arizona State University with a bachelor's degree in communication, emphasizing organizational communication. At GTE, she designed and wrote employee and marketing newsletters, press releases for the trade press, and penned the text for marketing brochures.
After her stint with GTE, she became a freelance writer with articles published in American Baby Magazine, Tucson Business Journal, and Tucson Business Digest among her credits. She also served clients in the fields of real estate and accounting who needed help communicating with their customers.
Her corporate experience includes working as an operations analyst for a mortgage company, a financial analyst for a grocer's administrative office, a data analyst for a health care company, and a business systems analyst for a health insurer. In each position she used her writing skills and became an observer of how communication strategies employed in each setting worked, needed improvement, or failed. Her experiences, coupled with her education, became the inspiration for two eBooks.
Her work responsibilities were also far ranging, encompassing a variety of projects. Lori developed and initiated internal and external communication plans; created training material and conducted employee training sessions; wrote technical documents; wrote SQL scripts; designed management reports; and performed data analyses.
Throughout her career, she sought positions and projects that allowed her to express both her analytical and creative abilities. Non-fiction writing, whether on the job or for her own business, serves this purpose better than any other professional responsibility she accepted.
Lori lives in Sacramento, California. She is the author of Business Communication: Achieving Results, available at Bookboon.com, and Fragments of Seasons – Poetry, available on Amazon.com. She currently owns and operates Moore Books, where she focuses on writing and publishing fiction, poetry, and non-fiction.