Kristin Woodward is a creative director and writer based in Atlanta. She knew she wanted to be a writer when she won a fifth-grade poetry contest. Her passion grew from there, leading her to pursue a career in advertising. Once an owner of a boutique digital marketing agency, Kristin has a deep understanding of the trials and triumphs small business owners face daily. The content she writes reflects that experience. Kristin loves traveling the world with her husband and teenage daughter as much as she loves a trip to the dog park with her pups, Lily and Carter.
Kristin has worked as a copywriter and creative director for agencies including The Martin Agency, AKQA, Razorfish and 160over90. Her industry experience spans finance, travel, personal care, non-profit and more, working with clients like Arthritis Foundation, AT&T, Burt’s Bees, Capital One, DirecTV, Southwest Airlines and Wounded Warrior Project. She also headed up content marketing efforts at marketing agency, Yalo, and was the MediaWorks editor at WORKMAGAZINE, a regional magazine focusing on career, life and leisure activities in Richmond, Va.
Kristin holds a master’s degree in Advertising Copywriting from VCU Brandcenter and a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Rollins College.
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