Pam Hurley, PhD, founder and president of Hurley Write, Inc., a certified women-owned small business, has a varied background in developing and teaching writing. She has taught writing in academic institutions, including Duke University, The George Washington University, and The University of North Carolina, and in various industries and companies.
She started her business in 1988 teaching scientific writing at a small contract research organization; she has since expanded, and has taught scientific, technical, and business writing in large and small organizations, including government; pharma, drug development, and biotech; and engineering. Clients include Intel, Sikorsky Aircraft, Stryker Orthopaedics, Southern California Edison, The Chemical Safety Board, and the USDA, to name a few (https://www.hurleywrite.com/hurley-write-clients).
Pam, an award-winning lecturer, has developed a series of online writing courses: “Exceptional Technical Writing,” “Succinct Scientific Writing,” “Effective Writing for Engineers,” and “Better Business Writing.” Pam has published various articles related to writing in The Federal Register, The Monitor, Biotechnology Focus, and Training Magazine. Pam and her team also edit various technical and scientific documents and provide individual writing coaching.
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MJ Hurley earned his degree in Professional Writing from Virginia Tech, which he attended on a baseball scholarship. He excelled academically while at VT, maintaining a high GPA and making both the Dean’s List and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. He has a master’s certificate in Strategic Leadership from Michigan State and graduated manga cum laude from VT with a master’s in Instructional Technologies.
In addition to his work with Hurley Write, MJ worked with the Department of Defense where he served as a Human Resources Specialist; during his tenure there, he also worked as an analyst and trainer.
MJ also worked for VT Group, a government contractor, where he edited awards packets for PEO Ships Front Office, a section of the Navy that runs and builds naval ships.
MJ has worked as a trainer, consultant, and editor with Hurley Write for several years, working with clients such as Cross Texas Commission, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Coloplast, CKI, Discover Financial, NAECP, Zoetis, NAVAIR, the Air Force Research Lab, the US Army, Sprint Federal Operations, PCAOB, Walker Parking, UPS Capital, and BioMerieux, to name a few (https://www.hurleywrite.com/hurley-write-clients).
MJ can be reached at /meet-our-leadership-team.
Bob Wiltfong worked as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, where he and his crew won a Peabody Award, and as “The World’s Greatest Spokesperson in the World” for Nationwide Insurance in TV commercials. In addition, he won several Emmys and the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for a decade of work in local TV news as a reporter/anchor. Since the 1990s, Bob has used this experience to travel the globe teaching business leaders presentation skills, media relations, and story-telling. His teaching focuses on story telling–especially with dry material–and how to “own a room” when presenting.
Clients include General Electric, Charles Schwab and T-Mobile.
Hurley Write, Inc., a certified women-owned small business (WBENC and WOSB), Historically Underutilized (HUB), and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), has been designing and teaching customized onsite and online technical, business, and scientific writing courses for over 25 years. We also develop and teach specialty courses, such as how to write proposals and standard operating procedures (SOPs) and deviation and investigation reports, and how to prepare and give great presentations.
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