Professional Writing, Personal Touch
Founder, Cindy Childress, Ph. D.
Dr. Cindy is an author, speaker, and content specialist. She started Childress Communication because she saw business owners struggling to write consistently and write well for their businesses. She also saw an opportunity for qualified, professional writers to use their skills in the professional services sector, instead of being relegated to technical writing or freelancers.
Every day she challenges herself and her team to make sure their clients aren't just happy that the work is done on time, but rather they are stunned that their ideas sound so amazing.
Her system for completing ghost writing and book editing projects was developed in academia and adapted for business. This includes fast turn-around times, guaranteed finished products, and an editing process that bring your writing to near-perfection.
She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Western Kentucky University, where she studied Writing and Communication. Her M.A. in English is from the University of South Florida. She attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and completed an English generalist Ph. D. with a creative dissertation.
She is an accomplished poet and writer and teach creative writing workshops with Writespace. She and her husband were Celebrity Paws Honorees with Citizens for Animal Protection in 2016, and they regularly foster needy dogs and cats.
Read more about her creative writing courses here!
Writer and Editor, Susannah Russell
Susannah Russell has a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Psychology from The University of Texas. She also holds a J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center.
During her time at the University of Houston Law Center, she served as Chief Notes and Comments Editor of the Houston Business and Tax Law Journal, working directly with law students to craft and hone their own pieces of legal scholarship. She received the 2012 Shook, Hardy, & Bacon LLP’s Writing Award for Distinguished Paper in Business from the Journal. For two years, she also served as a Brief Writer on the Law Center’s award-winning Moot Court Team. During her tenure as a Brief Writer, she led her team to win Best Brief Overall in 2012 from the Billings, Exum, and Frye National Moot Court Championship and Third Best Brief from the American Bar Association’s 2012 National Appellate Advocacy Regional Competition held in Washington D.C.
Susannah spent five years in the energy industry, where she learned how to communicate complex legal and regulatory issues across company departments to minimize risk and facilitate operations.
Susannah is ecstatic to be a part of the Childress Communication team!