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A Way With Words: Meet Jamillah Wright, Founder & CEO of Write It Up

Pg10_Jamillah Wright Pic2Jamillah Wright is Founder and CEO of Write It Up, a content strategy firm that specializes in technical writing, brand content and strategic communications. She has focused her 20-year career on creating content and marketing products for powerhouse brands like American Express, J.P. Morgan Chase and HBO. Now, as the owner of a writing company, she provides strategic content solutions for clients.


“I believe that content is a tool that accelerates innovation,” said Wright. “When companies elevate their content, they can truly transform their brand.”


Wright’s content background spans a range of sectors, including technology, financial services, education and health. One of her projects included creating content for a mobile payment app, which was acquired by Google. She is now focusing her attention on helping start-ups create content that quickly and accurately describes their product capabilities to their target market.



“I partner with start-ups to draft business proposals, one-pagers that summarize their products and general content to be consumed in the business-to-consumer space and by investors,” said Wright. She also collaborates with organizations and small businesses on Web, mobile and marketing content.


Wright combines extensive brand marketing experience with sharp writing and editing skills. Her specialty is capturing the unique voice and tone of a brand and delivering well-crafted copy that speaks to the needs and interests of its audience. Her clients have included TV One, Essence magazine and Baruch College. She has also completed content projects for Microsoft, Walmart, Ford, Sony, Showtime, SC Johnson, Western Union and more.


With a B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania and a M.S. from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, Wright is well-equipped to create content that is both useful and engaging. Her company is also certified as a Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) and hopes to partner with government agencies on content projects.



“I let clients know that I understand their challenges and then masterfully show them, through content, that I am their best solution,” said Wright.


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