Jacqueline Emigh (pronounced "Amy") is highly experienced at writing about technology for audiences that include consumers, business users, and IT pros.
Jacqueline has been writing about technology for more than two decades.
In her days as an undergraduate student at Emerson College, Jacqueline took every writing course that would fit into her schedule. She earned a bachelor's degree in mass communications with a concentration in journalism, but also had a second major in English with a concentration in creative writing.
A member of the editorial staff of the college literary magazine, she also wrote poetry published in small press magazines and a national college anthology. She worked as a part-time writer for Emerson College Public Relations and a freelance reporter for a local newspaper.
After receiving her B.S. degree, Jacqueline completed a postgraduate master's level program at Brandeis University, achieving state certification as an English teacher.
Awards & Memberships
Jacqueline has received several awards & memberships over the years, including:
"I'm fascinated by technology because of its ever evolving ability to improve our lives. I enjoy keeping on top of the latest developments and helping you to overcome whatever challenges you face in getting products and features to work smoothly."
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