Supporting local businesses, participating in local events and building relationships with the people who share our communities, towns and neighbourhoods connects us more deeply with our homes and enriches our lives.
snapd is a community newspaper that showcases citizens and activities in Cambridge, Ontario. As editor, I wrote articles, profiled local businesses, covered special events, and even reviewed a few restaurants. I established a consistent editorial style (based on Canadian Press style), ensured all articles conformed to tight word limits and met strict publication deadlines.
“Julia always responds very quickly to my requests. She has great attention to detail and works to ensure my needs are met. She helps to meet our deadlines and allows me to build better connections with community organizations.”
Frank Centofanti, Owner/Publisher, snapd Cambridge
I grew up in a small town. My family’s names are on street signs, and I went to the same high school as my Dad. Feeling part of a community and contributing to its success is important to me. Helping others to build that connection, no matter how long they’ve lived somewhere, is a rewarding part of the work I do.