As a scientist, Maggie spent over a decade in molecular biology research, working in the National Institutes of Health, the Smithsonian and Washington State University, where she completed her masters in biology. While writing grants, authoring peer-reviewed articles and teaching undergraduate courses she saw the communication side of the scitech world sorely lacking in clear, compelling, persuasive arguments that would get audiences excited. So she followed her passion for storytelling away from the lab bench in order to bring clarity to science and technology communication for regular Joes.
Armed with a Ph.D. in business psychology, Kathryn employs her insightful ability as our Project Manager to influence the psyche of team members and clients alike — all in the name of ushering your project across the finish line. With so many projects and milestones, Kathryn’s role can be like herding cats. So much so that it takes the experience of a former expatriate who is undaunted by what surrounds her. As a mother of twins she learned the art of juggling activities by deploying humor as a survival mechanism and key element of her personality. Kathryn has been herding the cats of the Presentation Partners team since 2015.
A public speaking coach and award-winning journalist, Tiffany has a love affair with words and how they’re presented. Without her skills as the Presentation Partners proofreader, our clients would be subject to embarrassing blunders at the most inopportune times. Serving as an anchor and reporter for Armed Forces Radio and Television Services helped groom her craft for the militaristic precision required to be a trusted proofreader. Tiffany’s award-winning career in commercial television news provided key experience and exposed her to real-world, high-stakes situations that cannot be experienced in an English classroom.