Stephanie Losee Consulting

Corporate Strategic Writing and Training

“Stephanie Losee is a rare combination in her field: someone who understands complicated business issues and can write about them in a lively, accessible manner. She has an uncanny ability to spot trends in business and the culture and her skills as a communicator cross many genres--authoring books and articles, doing radio, consulting with financial groups, and assisting others in developing their creative messaging. She is always a consummate professional and a delight to work with.”

—Laura Fraser, New York Times-bestselling author

Let me help you:

  • I craft strategic writing and messaging for corporations and thought leadership for their executives: bylined articles, op-eds and blog posts; speeches; press releases; white papers; editorial pitches and corporate narratives. As a former writer at Fortune magazine and a former editor at PC Magazine, my specialties are business and tech, but I have a passion for pop culture topics as well.

  • I teach customized business writing workshops to communications professionals across the globe, training executives in offices across the U.S. as well as in Europe and Asia; I also give personalized, one-on-one sessions with individuals who want to polish their skills or learn how to grab the attention of the press and help other writers to climb the next rung in their careers.


    Dell, Autodesk, Chevron, Clorox, JOBY, Good Technology, NVDIA, McAfee, Autonomy Inc., Edelman PR, The Red Consultancy, Sparkpr, Axicom, Eye-Fi and, among others. I generally work under NDA and never consult for two companies in the same space at the same time.


    I have written articles, op-eds and blog posts on behalf of executives that have been published in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Ad Age, CIO, and Asia Pacific Journal among others, as well as in an assortment of trade publications.


    New, or Practically New

    • Fame and Fortune: Currently working on, and shocked to find I’m making headway with, the latter. Partly because of a bit of movement on the former. Perhaps endurance is the key to everything after all.