Northern Economics’ editor, Terri McCoy, has over 15 years’ experience editing and formatting technical reports, and is proficient with Microsoft Word and the Adobe Creative Suite, including graphics software packages Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop.
All of Northern Economics’ reports pass over Ms. McCoy’s desk for editing, proofreading, and final formatting. She also coordinates the creation of all Northern Economics’ proposals, designs and maintains all of Northern Economics’ document templates, creates graphics and figures for use in reports, and designs brochures and presentations for clients.
Terri’s answers to life’s more important questions:
Claim to fame: I once won a putting contest by sinking a 70-foot putt. I don’t actually play golf.
Curious about: Whatever is after the next link down the Wikipedia Rabbit Hole.
Great escape: Once I got pooped on by a black bird while I was on a really lousy blind date. I got to say, “Oh, I’m sorry. I have bird poop in my hair. I have to go home now.”
Why Alaska: At first for a summer job. Then another summer. Then another. Then OK, back for one more. Basically I stayed to save the commute from Texas.
Idea of fun: Playing tunes with friends in a session that goes so late that someone starts “Rhinestone Cowboy.” And everyone else thinks that’s a good idea.
Brain candy: Alphabears.
Favorite fish story: I went fishing once when I was about 5. I caught a tiny fish, took one look at it flopping around on the pier with a hook in its mouth, and burst into tears and made my father throw it back. That was enough fishing for me. But I do like to eat fish…