Suzanne M. grew up in New York and graduated with a Master's degree in Writing and Graphic Design in 2006 from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas (honors: 4.0 GPA). She has ten years of content management and editorial experience and has edited for Sony, Yahoo, Dell, HP, and World Vision, among many others. She was the Managing Editor of The Perfect Vision magazine and has published numerous magazine articles. She has also taught in Thailand, China, Myanmar, and at a women's college in Honduras and has traveled and volunteered throughout New Zealand and Asia.
Matt T. has worked for EditMyEnglish since the summer of 2013 and edited various newspapers, literary journals, academic
manuscripts, student papers, ESL test materials, and web content since 2002. He holds an M.A and B.A. in English literature from
Purdue University and Ohio University, respectively, and minors in Spanish and history. While earning his B.A., he also studied
at the University of Southern Denmark. He has taught English composition courses at Purdue, as well as developed curricula for,
taught, and tutored English as a second language at various schools in Taiwan. Nevertheless, above all, he prefers to edit. His
preferred style is Chicago, his favorite font Garamond, and his most beloved prose writer James Baldwin.
Elaine A. earned a BA in English and minored in education at the University of Massachusetts, later adding graduate courses in
ESL. After teaching students of all ages, including second-language learners, for 25 years, she loves working as a freelance writer,
editor, and copy editor. She's a contributing editor to Remedies and Taste for Life magazines and copy edits six New England
lifestyle magazines. She is an avid reader, gardener, and hiker.
Rachel A. graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University where she focused her studies in languages. As a
student, she served as a tutor in the university Writing Center, a staff writer for the campus newspaper, and a co-founder of
the newsletter, The Vision. She also worked for a small business as an editor of the Associated Press news headlines. Following
graduation with her second major in education, Rachel focused her career on teaching both elementary and secondary grades in
various places in the United States and the Dominican Republic. Meanwhile, she continued to nurture her excitement for English
both in her teaching and personal writing. In June 2010, she left her teaching career to begin professionally editing. Her pastimes
include outdoor recreation, nature photography, and writing poetry.