Nichole Richardson

Nichole Richardson is a St.Louis based freelance writer with a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Missouri-St.Louis. Richardson was selected and attended the National Media Convention hosted in Orlando, Florida and worked at Barnes Jewish Hospital (ranked in the top ten in the nation) in Public Relations writing press releases, online, and print copy. She has had articles published in BJC Today, BJH website, Suite101.com, The Current, The Independent News, and Patch.com amongst others. While the author writes on a variety of subject matters, she specializes in the areas of Children and Parenting, Mass Communications and Home Health Care. Feel free to e-mail Nichole with any questions, comments, or concerns. The author encourages an open dialogue and looks forward to your communications.

Nichole Richardson is a St.Louis based freelance writer with a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Missouri-St.Louis. Richardson was selected and attended the National Media Convention hosted in Orlando, Florida and worked at Barnes Jewish Hospital (ranked in the top ten in the nation) in Public Relations writing press releases, online, and print copy. She has had articles published in BJC Today, BJH website, Suite101.com, The Current, The Independent News, and Patch.com amongst others. While the author writes on a variety of subject matters, she specializes in the areas of Children and Parenting, Mass Communications and Home Health Care. Feel free to e-mail Nichole with any questions, comments, or concerns. The author encourages an open dialogue and looks forward to your communications.

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