Deb EckerlingWriting coach Debra Eckerling trains individuals, experts, and entrepreneurs, so they can organize, articulate, and complete their writing projects. Debra excels at project management and motivation, and helps people at all levels become more productive and achieve their goals. Since written and verbal communication skills are essential for business and personal success, Debra also does “cross training,” teaching one-on-one and group classes in blogging, social media, and live networking. Training also available by phone and Skype.

In 2002, Debra founded Write On!, which is now a website and Facebook page for writers of all abilities, genres, and specialties. With expert columns, author Q&As, regular contests, and more, the site offers writers a unique opportunity to network and create community.

A professional writer and communications specialist with expertise in feature articles, corporate communications, and public speaking, Debra has written for large and small companies, as well as national, local, trade, and online publications, including Script magazine, iMedia Connection, and The Jewish Journal. She is eZine editor for screenwriting community StoryLink.com, creates client materials for Benefits Group WorldWide, where she previously served as Director of Communications, and edits and creates content for companies such as Rusty Dog Creative and Z-Health Performance Solutions.

Debra received a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin—Madison, where she was an award-winning public speaker on the nationally ranked Forensics team. These days, she puts her public speaking skills to good use, hosting seminars on topics such as Marketing through Blogging & Social Networking and Goal Setting & Productivity; facilitating panels at Final Draft’s Scriptwriters Showcase; and speaking on writing at Creative Screenwriting’s Screenwriting Expo, UCLA Extension Courses, and Jeff Pulver’s 140 Characters Conference.

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