My name is Julie Revelant and my heart skips a beat every time I sit down to write a story.
And it’s not because I’m on deadline, have writer’s block or just came from the gym.
It’s because I’m passionate about telling stories that change lives.
True life stories that hook you in and keep you wanting more until the very end.
Stories that are filled with emotion and life-changing moments.
Stories that change lives.
Whether you practice private medicine, sell medical devices or offer digital health solutions, you’ve got stories to tell too, even if your content is in the form of a white paper, case study or blog post.
My goal is to help you identify those stories and tell them with as much passion as you have for your business. In your voice, as if you wrote it yourself.
I’ll pour my heart into your projects and save you all the blood, sweat and tears.
As a healthcare digital content marketing writer and copywriter, I help corporations, medical practices, concierge physicians, healthcare organizations and health/wellness brands create compelling, personalized content and copy that delights customers and drives sales.
My clients love that that they always receive their projects on deadline, every time. And even more importantly, they value my honesty, authenticity and professionalism.
So what’s your story? I can’t wait to hear it.
I’ve been a storyteller since the moment I uttered my first words. In fact, as a child my parents used to call me “the 5 o’clock news” because I always had a ton of questions and would report what I heard, or overheard, whether I should be telling that news or not.
Although I used to fill up journal after journal with my writings, my plan was never journalism school.
No, my dream was to work behind the camera and be a producer for live talk shows. And when I interned for Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, I was hooked. The celebrities, the cameras, the control room—there was nothing like it.
Yet just weeks before I graduated from college with a degree in television production, I pulled one of the journalism professors aside and asked her, “do you think I could be a writer?”
Sure, I had taken a journalism class but I had no business entertaining a writing career when my peers had spent 4 years honing their crafts.
But being the overachiever I am, I thought, why not do both?
And that’s exactly what I did.
After working in marketing and sales for ABC Television Network, I moved to the Yankees Entertainment and Sports (YES) Network to write and produce on-air promotions and scripts for the announcers to read during live games. And on the side, I continued to write. For magazines, non-profit organizations and businesses.
Then my dream became a reality and I moved onto The Tyra Banks Show, booking experts and everyday people and handling a ton of other tasks on super-tight deadlines.
I loved it but I knew there had to be more. I had a burning desire to be creative and create, help people in a more impactful way and work with clients one-on-one.
And I knew the only way I could do that was to become a full-time freelance writer.
Through the years, I’ve helped doctors, hospitals, concierge medicine practices, medical device companies and health and wellness companies develop their brands, craft their marketing messages and create compelling content.
I’ve written hundreds of stories for magazines and outlets such as WhatToExpect.com, Care.com and Babble.com. Today, I write my own column, Healthy Mama, for Foxnews.com where I cover everything from pregnancy nutrition and breastfeeding myths to infertility and maternal depression. My work also appears in First for Women magazine’s Tiredness Cure column.
When I’m not helping my clients, you can find me devouring health magazines, in the kitchen cooking nutritious and delicious meals and clocking miles to burn it off.