Jan helped write our quarterly e-newsletters for four years. A quick brainstorming session by phone and Jan would be off and running with a topic and be back to us a few days later with a draft that barely needed any changes.
—Ginger Berman, Events with Ginger & Co.
To me the best thing you can say about someone is that he or she makes it easy. Jan made it easy to produce a perfect newsletter. Jan effectively boils down complex information so all readers can understand it. This talent was critical to achieving our goal. Jan is also a delight to work with. She is organized, on time, open to feedback, and collaborative.
–Ruth McCormick, Quest Diagnostics
Jan was a joy to work with on the Relating Research to Practice website. Jan edited research briefs which aimed to make complex materials in educational research journals more readable and accessible to a broad audience.
–Nicole Bulalacao, Exploratorium
Clear, Effective Communication is what you get when you hire Jan Gallagher. Jan has been a key partner with Board of Directors of the Sharing Place food pantry to help us develop our strategy for fundraising. She has a knack for getting to the heart of the matter, engaging her audience in a way that is very compelling.
–Peggy Brockmann, Sharing Place
I rely on Jan to help shape and craft my writing. Most recently, she has given outstanding and invaluable feedback on organizational structure and clearly presenting ideas for a book chapter and report. She really gets the issues and always has valuable insights about points to strengthen or bring into my writing.
—Elizabeth Starr, National Institute on Out-of-School Time, Wellesley Centers for Women
Jan worked closely with contributors, many of whom were new to professional writing, to bring forth a high-quality product that respected the writers’ voices and expertise.
—Lena Townsend, Robert Bowne Foundation
Jan’s work is succinct and written exactly to specifications every time. I value Jan’s attention to detail, her concern for my needs as her customer, and her commitment to meeting deadlines.
—Michelle Milldyke, Milldyke Communications