Randall & Associates Publishing:Â About Us
Dr. Carolyn Randall,
Owner, Technical Writer and Publisher
Carolyn J. Randall has more than 15 years of experience in writing and publishing. Carolyn has advanced degrees in horticulture, forestry, and plant pathology.Â She is the former coordinator of the Michigan State University Pesticide Safety Education Program.Â As part of her Ph.d. program, Carolyn did extensive research on a disease of red pine know as red pine pocket mortality.Â She also has experience as a writer and researcher for the Michigan DNR.
Some of Carolyn’s previous work includes:
- National Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual
- Vertebrate Pest Management
- General Pest Management
- Management of Wood-destroying Pests
eHow and National Geographic Green Living articles can be found under Demand Media Profile.
View my profile on Linked-In at www.linkedin.com/in/carolynrandall
Ann M. Cool
Ann M. Cool is an experienced and skilled communicator. Trained in journalism and creative writing, sheâ??s mastered everything from technical text to feature articles.
In the span of her career, she’s written and edited marketing and educational publications for print and web, and developed public relations materials for media.
Her versatility has enabled her to write and edit technical pieces for the retirement system she worked forÂ by day and write feature profiles for a local womenâ??s magazine by night.
Recently, she has published the following articles for local Lansing area magazines:
- Business profile column for Capital Area Womenâ??s Lifestyle Magazine â?? July 2010 to present.
- â??Staffing servicesâ? for Greater Lansing Business Monthly, November 2007 issue.
But writing and editing is only part of her story.
From 2008 to 2010, she consulted on communications projects for the Michigan Association of Conservation Districts, developing press releases, educational documents, newsletters and conference materials.
In 1988, she began working for the Michigan Forestry and Park Association and as its Association Manager. Drawing on her strong organizational skills, she coordinated all of the associationâ??s educational conferences, workshops, and seminars. She also produced quarterly newsletters to its members, managed its web content, and developed brochures, news releases and flyers that publicized the associationâ??s events.
Aida Raquel Marin
Raquel has an M.A. in Applied Spanish Linguistics from Michigan State University and a B.A. in TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) from the University of Guadalajara, Mexico.Â She has worked extensively in both the United States and Mexico teaching students subjects such as ESL (English as a second language), linguistics, and Spanish.Â Her translation work includes translation of the National Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual and the Michigan private and commercial core manual addendums into Spanish and translating materials for the Michigan Dept. of Community Health into Spanish.Â She has also translated works from Spanish to English such as the literary text “Accomplices” by Luis Rico Chavez.