Freelance Writing Services Offered by Carol Fuccillo Koppelman
Carol graduated with honors from California State University, Sacramento, with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Cultural Anthropology. She worked full time while attending college, served as the President of the student Society of Professional Journalists, and Vice President of the California Student Press Association, and contributed to the college newspaper and literary magazine. Carol was a freelance writer for On the Wing, a California arts magazine, and a contributor to Grand Junction Free Press (Colorado). She was also a contributing writer to the Pagosa Springs Sun (Colorado), circulation 10,000, which has international online readers. In addition, Mrs. Koppelman Fuccillo’s short stories have been published in True Confessions, and her poetry published in Poetry South.
Carol's magazine and newspaper career has enabled her to interact easily with all levels of management and line organization as well as outside entities; gather information; and write cogently on virtually any subject. Several of her articles were picked up by the Associated Press, More about Carol >
Carol’s experience as a communicator includes journalism, corporate communications, training, technical writing (including biomedical, pharmaceutical, and information technology), proposals and, most recently, nuclear procedure writing.
Carol is currently a contract Cyber Security Procedure Writer at Palo Verde Generating Station. As a member of the Cyber Security team, she is responsible for revising/developing cyber security procedures consistent with project/client objectives including standardizing document format, capturing design and licensing basis, eliminating human error traps, and establishing the appropriate level of detail based on user experience. She has familiarity with NEI 08-09 and NEI 10-04 documentation, as well as 10CFR 73.54. Carol provided writing support on specific procedures affected by the industry Standard Design Process (IP-ENG-001), and is currently providing writing support for the 10CFR 50.69 Risk Informed Categorization effort.