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Gabrielle Pickard-Whitehead is a freelance writer and journalist based in the verdant hills of the Peak District, the U.K.’s oldest National Park.
Since finishing her degree in Media and Journalism at John Moores University in Liverpool, Gabrielle has followed her passion for writing and sculptured a rewarding career out of her love for the written word, writing predominantly for local newspapers and websites.
Gabrielle thrives on the fast-paced, constantly-evolving and global world of digital media and enjoys writing and producing engaging and unique content for websites and organisations around the world.
Gabrielle enjoys the challenge of writing about virtually any topic and carrying out in-depth research and interviews with experts to craft well-researched, unique and engaging content. While she loves to write about any subject, Gabrielle’s main writing passions are politics, current affairs, environmental issues and human rights.
When she’s not typing on her computer, Gabrielle enjoys spending time with her family, camping, travelling and experiencing different cultures, as well as running and cycling through the hilly Peak District terrain.
Gabrielle is delighted to be part of the Small Business Trends’ pool of writers and contributing to the success of the site.
You can read Gabrielle’s blog here.
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