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Jessica Ablamsky

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Writer & Consultant

About Me

• Passionate storyteller.

• Veteran journalist.

• Grammar lover who enjoys the challenge of turning a good idea into great copy.

Whether it's for the internet or print, my goal is to create eye-catching content that catches attention and keeps people reading.

Industries I Write About

Real Estate

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Education Management

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Hospital & Health Care

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Information Technology & Services

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Commercial Real Estate

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My Writing Samples

Schools closing the discipline gap

Districts across the U.S. are coming to grips with having inherited exclusionary discipline practices that disproportionately target students of color and students with disabilities, and too often funnel them into the school-to-prison pipeline.

https://www.districtadministration.com/article/closing-discipline-gap?&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social-media&utm_campaign=addtoany

3 Innovative Ways to Market Your Consulting Business

To help you make the most of your time, we’ve gathered three innovative marketing tips from Chris Michaels, managing partner and CEO of ExceleratePR.

http://nation1099.com/innovative-market-consulting-business/

Longtime Bethesda landmark closing

In the late 1920s, the price of gas was 20 cents per gallon and car owners spent lazy Saturdays cruising in their Ford Model T’s and Roadsters. Eastham’s fueled them up, serviced them and tuned their engines.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/longtime-bethesda-landmark-closing/2012/09/19/9223347c-0114-11e2-9367-4e1bafb958db_story.html

Swift Real Estate Partners sees value in Hacienda, transforms former AT&T campus after landmark real estate purchase

Tenancy increases from 10% to 65% with multi-million investment from Swift.

http://www.hacienda.org/about/about-case-studies-brett-miles

It's Not Cancer

If a woman requires a stereotactic breast biopsy, she probably does not have cancer.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/external_clips/2097123/It's_Not_Cancer.pdf?1474405538

Nanotechnology, the science of small, is growing in Montgomery

Nanotechnology — which uses an ability to see, measure and manipulate matter at the atomic scale — is changing the way we store computer data, make clothing and treat cancer.

http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-07-18/local/35488838_1_nanotechnology-nanoparticles-computer-data

Design, Technology, and the Human Connection

As technology evolves, exhibit designers agree that the human touch is still vital for making connections.

https://issuu.com/exhibitcitynews/docs/may2016_ecn_flipbook/19?e=16962537/35382175

Virtual Reality: Not Just for Video Games Anymore

VR makes waves at conventions and trade shows around the world.

https://issuu.com/exhibitcitynews/docs/may2016_ecn_flipbook/55?e=0

Hacienda provides fertile environment for startups, companies priced out of San Francisco and Silicon Valley

Access to educated workforce, BART, and major highways at Hacienda is increasingly attractive to employers.

http://www.hacienda.org/about/about-case-studies-andrew-brown

Experience

Writer & Consultant

Saving the world from bad writing, one client at a time. I specialize in branding through storytelling and have worked with a variety of innovative companies, including small startups and global brands like Adobe and Oracle.

Company: Self-Employed

I worked there from 1/2013 until now

Staff Writer

I balanced short- and long-term deadlines to produce content for The Washington Post and The Gazette's Bethesda edition, a high profile beat including the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Company: The Washington Post Company

I worked there from 11/2011 until 1/2013

Staff Writer

I covered a complex web of local government, including five municipalities, two pollution control districts, a $200 million school district, and an $80 million library district with three branches.

Company: Blank Slate Media

I worked there from 4/2011 until 10/2011

Staff Writer

Joining the New York City press corps presented one major challenge: how to find compelling stories despite an army of public relations professionals paid to protect reputations. Through careful cultivation of sources and liberal use of Excel, I helped the Queens Tribune scoop the media metropolis of the country.

Company: Queens Tribune

I worked there from 3/2010 until 4/2011

Freelance Writer

During the height of the Great Recession, with the California economy in tatters, I left the relative safety of the newsroom to conduct research for a fact-based book about dating for teenage girls.

Company: Self-Employed

I worked there from 10/2008 until 3/2010

Staff Writer

I learned the art of finding news in a rural county south of San Jose, CA. Thanks to strong relationships with local residents, I toured an eco-friendly slaughterhouse, helped expose a church run by accused felons, and explored the impact of the foreclosure crisis - from truckers bankrupt by the rising cost of diesel, to foreclosed houses that were magnets for squatters and drug dealers.

Company: The Weekend Pinnacle

I worked there from 9/2007 until 10/2008

Content I Write