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Jeannine d'Entremont

From the time I was old enough to read, I’ve had my nose in a book. And you know what that leads to. Write!  

In grade school I wrote stories, plays and speeches. At 16, I was Georgetown High’s youngest-ever yearbook editor and my first published article appeared in our local newspaper – The Herald, when I turned 17. 

I worked as a freelance reporter for The Georgetown Independent through grades 12 and 13.  Next stop -- Ryerson University and a journalism degree.

My lifelong passion for writing and communications led to stints at enRoute Magazine, three Ontario government ministries, the Ontario College Application Services and World Vision Canada. As a writer, editor, communications manager and director, I’ve been fortunate to have worked with fantastic people and to pursue my love of writing. 

My experience spans all aspects of communications for both internal and external audiences, from researching and writing original articles, editing publications, creating communications strategies, managing communications projects to organizing events and public relations.


I’m professional and reliable with a reputation for producing top-quality work on time and on budget.  People also say I’m kind and fun to work with.


Please call me today to discuss your project and how I can help.

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