I’m Margaux M. Henquinet, an editor and writer experienced in journalism and communications. Please visit the pages above to learn about my experience and see samples of my work.

About me:

I stumbled into the world of journalism at age 12, when I was asked to write about a “Harry Potter” book release party for my dad’s company newsletter and loved the experience. I went from there to the high school paper and then on to the University of Missouri, where I earned bachelor’s degrees in journalism and Spanish, followed by a master’s degree in journalism.

I worked for three wonderful years as a copy editor for the Chicago Tribune and its sister paper RedEye, where I was able to learn and grow not only as an editor but as a writer, too.

At the end of Summer 2017, I packed my bags to fulfill a longtime dream: spending a school year as a North American Language and Culture Assistant (aka Auxiliar de Conversación) in Spain, helping primary school students learn English while improving my own Spanish.

I recently completed a communications fellowship at a federal scientific research program and am now working as a content specialist at a professional services firm, where every day brings opportunities to challenge myself and to put my writing, editing, design, and social media skills to use in new ways.

Please contact me with any questions or comments at mhenquinet@gmail.com, or by using the form below.