Content Creation & Management
For mission-driven leaders

Blog posts, newsletters, ebooks, lead magnets, course content, white papers, articles, case studies, webinar scripts, worksheets, promotional emails, social media content, and the list goes on. The need for content can feel overwhelming. 

As your digital content manager, I can address your content needs in the following ways:

Content Development

There are many areas within your business where you may need the help of a writer, such as interviewing your happy customers and writing success stories, writing your weekly newsletter, and crafting informational content about your product or service.

Content & Email Marketing

Sharing valuable content is the best way to build a relationship with the audience you wish to reach. Communicate with your audience on your schedule via your email list, and share articles on Medium and LinkedIn to grow your reach.


Put your best professional foot forward by ensuring the content you share is polished.
“You write to communicate to the hearts and minds of others what’s burning inside you, and we edit to let the fire show through the smoke.” ~ Arthur Plotnik

About me...

Hi, I’m Carole. I’ve been living a vegan lifestyle for the animals and the planet since 2014. I partner with changemakers, healers, visionaries, entrepreneurs and compassionate go-getters who work tirelessly to make the world a better place.

Vegan business?

I’ll partner with you on your journey of making the world a kinder place for all sentient beings.

Consider me your vegan business champion.

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I didn’t know her, but her death has affected me greatly. On June 17th, Bill 156, an Ag Gag bill, was passed in Ontario. This law prevents whistleblowers from exposing unethical and illegal practices on farms and was inspired by similar bills that were eventually...

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13 Canadian Vegan Businesses that Should Be on Your Radar

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I started writing this post several days ago, but each day a new company would pop onto my radar that needed to be added to the list, sometimes because I had just realized it was indeed a Canadian company. I’m certain there are others creating unique vegan products,...

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Depleting Our Oceans

Depleting Our Oceans

Overfishing is not something I know a great deal about. However, when an image shared on Facebook by Jimmy Howard showed on my feed, as well this video, I felt compelled to do some digging into this topic. On July 2, 1992, a northern cod moratorium came into effect in...

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After becoming a member of Magazines Canada in late 2019, I was fortunate to find Carole’s website in my search for an editor for Canadian Vegan Magazine. As someone who does business as The Vegan Writer, she was the perfect fit.

Having now completed two issues of the magazine with her, I’m thrilled with the work she’s done—improving submitted articles in the editing process, and writing feature stories. In fact, I teared up reading the story she wrote for our second issue.

Carole is an accomplished writer and editor, and I’m so happy I found her.

Nia Seney, Editor-in-Chief

Canadian Vegan Magazine

Carole has been part of our volunteer team since 2019, editing articles and writing press releases for the Vegan Society of Canada and the Vegan World Alliance. She has proven to be reliable and we have come to depend on her.

I admire the way she recently edited a critical and lengthy 6-page document, because I imagine it wasn’t easy to remove the fluff while keeping what was necessary to make our point in a professional manner. Fixing typos is one thing, but this type of editing requires exponentially more skill.

Sebastien Martel

Executive Director, Vegan Society of Canada

After much frustration (and bad reviews from friends and family) from my self-built website, a colleague suggested that I try her ‘go to’ person—Carole. I have, and I have not looked back.

Carole was able to take my vision, bring it to life, and then direct me as to what the standard for my industry calls for in terms of content. She continues to assist me in the area of building web traffic—invaluable technical stuff—and if you are not technically inclined, I suggest you do yourself a favour and hire someone to do it for you.

Carole is a pleasure to work with. She is kind and helpful, and if she sees that you remain technically in the dark about how good websites need to function, she will guide you through the process; I am very grateful to her for this. I have her on speed dial, and I now consider her to be my ‘go-to’ person too.

Maren Ronne

Registered Clinical Counsellor