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Becky Greiner


Becky Greiner has worked in the professional writing industry since 2003 with experience in print journalism and web content. Becky has lent her voice to The Recovery Village blog, covering topics about the LGBTQ+ community and about having a partner who is in recovery. She served as a judge for the 2018 Digital Health Awards. Becky believes that content creation should be like having a conversation, because every word matters and every sentence could be the one that makes a difference for someone else.

In her free time, Becky enjoys running, traveling, sampling local coffee shops and restaurants, and watching too much Netflix. She has lived in Orlando, Florida, for the past five years but was born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and is willing to travel back home for every season except winter.

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