Jerri L Ledford
Jerri Ledford was a writer for Lifewire.com covering the subject of identity theft. She is a technology author, speaker, and training designer. She specializes in consumer technology—software and applications such as Windows, Microsoft Office, and cloud-based programs. Jerri also loves phones, tables, video games, fitness trackers, home automation or just about anything electronic.
Over the years, Ledford has written thousands of articles which were published both online and in print. She's worked with companies like Computerworld, PC Magazine, Office.com, and hundreds of others. Ledford has also written 19 non-fiction books that have appeared in nearly a dozen different languages.
In addition to writing consumer and business-to-business content, Ledford helps to design training courses and materials for companies like ClipTraining, Franklin Covey, The Coca-Cola Company, and many others.
These days, Ledford helps to guide and manage technology writers and is a content analyst for Lifewire.com.
Ledford studied English at Western Kentucky University and took particular interest in the elective technical writing courses. Since college, Jerri has continued her education, taking technology and writing courses both online and in-person.
Ledford's publications include:
Ledford's debut novel, Biloxi Sunrise, a suspense thriller, was released in October 2011.
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