ArtWorks Big Pitch - Untold Content Katie Trauth Taylor Finalist

Cincinnati-Based Writing Consultancy Selected as Finalist in ArtWorks “Big Pitch” 2017

Untold Content wants to help industry executives communicate their brand, and establish themselves as “thought leaders”

For Immediate Release

July 19, 2017

Cincinnati, OH – Untold Content, a national writing consultancy devoted to telling the stories of thought-generating organizations, is excited to share that they have been selected as a finalist in the Artworks Big Pitch competition.

Untold has the specific mission of helping industry leaders execute their business communications in a way that resonates with their consumers and supporters. Untold has a dedicated staff of creative writers and content creators to bring brand stories to life. Untold is also proud to be a women-owned and women-run business.

Founder and CEO, Katie Trauth Taylor, started UNTOLD in 2012 with a team of one. Today, her team of 5 works with clients across government, healthcare, education, non-profit, and scientific and technical industries—serving as trusted writing partners. Katie’s background in university teaching makes her and her team keenly aware of the ethical and professional implications of great content to a variety of stakeholders.

Please join Untold at ArtWorks Big Pitch on September 28th at Memorial Hall in Over the Rhine / Downtown Cincinnati.

About Katie Trauth Taylor

Katie is a PhD level technical writer, research writer, grant writer, and content strategist committed to organizational storytelling and public intellectualism. Katie earned her PhD in Rhetoric and Composition from Purdue University with an emphasis on public rhetoric, community engagement, and professional writing. While she contributes to the composition of technical documents (i.e. white paper reports, policies, research articles), she also specializes in human-based research/analysis, literature reviews, case studies, and narrative writing. She has collaborated on a number of peer-reviewed journal articles within the fields of technical communication, composition and rhetoric, systems engineering, and healthcare.

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