Lilia Fabry is a writer, editor, and web designer who has experience creating content in many niches, from health to culture. In addition, this fast-paced work involves expert knowledge of WordPress, Photoshop and other Adobe tools, Google AdWords, PDF and HTML editors, working with multiple search engines, and knowledge of SEO best practices and link building methods.
In addition to white papers, her duties include writing everything from general to specific web content, blog/ghost posts, brochures, social media, positioning statements, press releases, display/text ads, promotional materials, and articles for publication on the web and in print.
In addition to her work as a professional freelance writer, she also worked on several books, most notably The Reagan Diaries Unabridged. She served as an editorial assistant and copy editor to the book’s editor, Dr. Douglas Brinkley.
Before becoming a professional writer, Fabry worked for several years at a prestigious university. Her primary duties were grant writing and proposal preparation to various funding sources for over 15 public policy programs. Job duties also involved everything from administrative work to writing for Heads of State and translating complex public policy papers into layman’s’ language. Additional responsibilities included developing and maintaining a database of thousands of contacts, helping to run various fund-raising initiatives as part of a team, event preparation and execution, solicitations of donations both in written and spoken form, and even putting together video and slide presentations for promotional purposes.
Before working at the university, Fabry worked for several years as a freelance grant writer. Duties included developing proposals and submissions for various non-profit organizations in amounts varying from hundreds to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Fabry earned a bachelor’s degree in English and Creative Writing from the University of Houston. During her formal education, Fabry also served as the editor for the journal of literature at her university.
Fabry enjoys ping pong, writing screenplays, and pelting her nephews with dodgeballs when she’s not working.