About The Corporate Writer

The Corporate Writer blog offers tips that will strengthen your business writing in a minute or less. It’s the creation of Deborah Gaines, an editorial consultant who has been writing effective business communications for the past 25 years.

A graduate of Yale (BA) and Columbia (MA) Universities, Deborah started her career with a master’s degree in 17th century literature and a boundless enthusiasm for the written word. Her writing has been featured in Money, The New Yorker, The American Lawyer, Redbook, Ladies’ Home Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle and the New York Post, for whom she wrote a weekly travel column.

After making the switch from journalism to marketing, Deborah consulted for major law firms and professional services organizations and served as Chief Marketing Officer for the law firm of LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, in charge of marketing, business development, communications and publications for the firm’s 18 offices worldwide. Previously, she held the position of communications manager for the New York Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Deborah regularly coaches marketing, communications and technology staff to improve their business writing skills, both one-on-one and in group settings. She has co-taught writing courses at Pratt Institute, Fordham College and the United Nations, where she lectured at the Forum for International Journalists.

Deborah is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, New York Women in Communications and the New York Legal Marketing Association. She is the recipient of six Golden Bell Awards for excellence in communications.

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