Jacqueline Bodnar

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Demographics. Jacqueline Hager Bodnar is a Michigan native. After spending over nine years living in Las Vegas, she and her family are now residents of the Daytona Beach, Fla. area.    

Family. After Jacqueline and her husband struggled with unexplained infertility for five years they were fortunate enough to give  birth to a beautiful baby girl in September 2004 and a handsome son in June 2006. You can read her essay on overcoming infertility on the Parents magazine Web site. 

Education. Jacqueline is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and Chatham University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science Studies, covering the areas of psychology, history and political science, as well as a Master of Professional Writing. She has also taken courses covering journalism, business writing, speech writing, technical writing, public relations writing, and more. While attending UNLV she was also a staff writer for the university newspaper, the Rebel Yell.

Writing. She has had over 2,500 articles published in well over 130 magazines, Web sites and newspapers across the country. She has also had articles be nationally syndicated in newspapers. She has covered many subjects, primarily focusing on health, wellness, tea, vegetarianism, nature, publicity writing, business, and articles covering parenting and women's issues. She also does an extensive amount of ghostwriting for a variety of industry leaders. She also owns Bodnar Ink, a company specializing in business copywriting and public relations writing. She has hundreds of articles available for reprinting available through her syndicated article service. Jacqueline also has a popular blog, titled VolusiaCountyMoms and is a book reviewer for VegBooks. She is the midst of writing her first historical fiction book. Jacqueline is also author of the book "Starting Your Career as a Professional Blogger."

Jacqueline is an award-winning writer that won gold for a 2010 news feature article that she wrote for Baton Rouge Parent Magazine.

Life. When she’s not writing she is usually drinking tea, reading, walking on the beach, admiring and collecting seashells, listening to country music, traveling, baking, doing Zumba, taking a cruise, reading, being out in nature, or spending quality time with her family.    



Photo credit: Macpherson Family Photography