Charlotte Ward is a British freelance journalist and author. She is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Fueled by her enjoyment of storytelling and learning, Charlotte has written content for magazines, newspapers, publishers, online media, and businesses. She has authored two books and ghostwritten nine memoirs for inspiring women.
As a journalist, Charlotte writes regularly for The Daily Mirror, WomensForum, and Grazia magazine. She is passionate about women's empowerment, climate change solutions, green tech, nature, health, wellbeing, parenting, and human interest stories.
Charlotte is highly skilled at shaping her clients' words and ideas into sharp, concise text. Throughout her career, she has helped non-profits, startups, and small businesses to find the right words and the best route to engage the audiences they want.
She presently assists a mix of clients with press releases, blogs, newsletters, visual content, and social media posts.
‘From the moment I met Charlotte I knew she was going to help me take my book to the next level. She COMPLETELY got my style and tone and added so much more. If you want someone who listens to you and makes things easier for you hire her. She is great to work with and adds so much value.’ Georgina Jones, founder of Turn Lights On.
‘I really want to acknowledge the beautiful work that Charlotte has been doing for me. She is a great writer and can beautifully shape my over-the-top, spiritualized, expansive, out-there writing into mainstream, accessible speech. You are gold Wardie thank you.’ Esther-Maria Lindner, founder of Aparaba.
‘I’ve worked with Charlotte on my autobiography and it was simply a highlight of my year. Charlotte made every single step of the process easy, she coaxed stories from me wonderfully, worked happily around my family commitments and included as much of my work in the finished manuscript as possible.’ Tamryn Kirby, author of Confessions Of A Wedding Planner
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