Suzanne (Sue) Bowness (www.suzannebowness.com) is a writer/editor with over 15 years of experience writing everything from feature articles to brochures to web profiles. She helped to develop Humber’s Professional Writing and Communications graduate certificate and now serves as its curriculum lead.
Suzanne writes regularly for the Globe and Mail, University Affairs, and other publications, and is a strong generalist with specialties in higher education, business, technology, and books. Through her copywriting business CodeWord Communications (www.codeword.ca (link is external)) she provides editorial services from copywriting to editing to proofreading for a variety of corporate clients.
Suzanne holds a PhD in English from the University of Ottawa and has been teaching in the English and Media Studies departments at Humber College since 2013. Prior to that she taught courses at York University and the University of Ottawa. She is a longstanding member and volunteer with the Professional Writers Association of Canada and has published a book of poetry called The Days You’ve Spent (2010).
Trudy Goldenberg is a communications and business strategy consultant, advising a variety of organizations on how to align and integrate marketing activities to achieve business goals. Her experience includes more than 13 years of overseeing the corporate communications and marketing activities of two of Canada’s leading law firms. She also has significant international communications and cross-cultural consulting experience.
Trudy hosts a monthly radio program on legal ethics, practice management and professionalism, and speaks regularly at conferences on reputation management, thought leadership and marketing communications.
Helena Moncrieff has carried curiosity and a pen through a career in broadcasting, politics and public relations.
Today, as a freelance corporate writer, Helena works with clients in the education, health care and not-for-profit sectors. She merges journalistic standards and storytelling with corporate priorities in annual reports, websites, speeches and features. Helena’s writing has also appeared in Best Health magazine, The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. Her latest non-fiction project is The Fruitful City (ECW Press, 2018).
Helena earned a Master of Fine Arts in creative non-fiction at the University of King’s College, Halifax and a Bachelor of Journalism from Carleton University. She is a member of the Professional Writers Association of Canada.
Nathan Whitlock is the author of two novels: A Week of This (ECW Press, 2008) and Congratulations On Everything (ECW Press, 2016).
His fiction, reviews, essays, and journalism have appeared in the Toronto Star, Toronto Life, The Globe and Mail, Maisonneuve, Best Canadian Essays and elsewhere. He is a contributing editor at Quill & Quire magazine, serves on the advisory board for the Humber Literary Review, and is the managing editor of Humber Press.
He studied English Literature and History at Concordia University in Montreal and currently lives in Toronto.