List of Contributors
Chapter One: What It Means to Freelance (Or Jumping In With Your
Eyes Wide Open)
Chapter Two: Making Contact and Getting Work
Chapter Three: What to Expect from Your Contract Employer (And What They Should Expect from You)
Chapter Four: How to Build Your Business and Your Brand
Chapter Five: Sustaining and Expanding Your Business
Chapter Six: So You Want to Write a Book or Publish Other Content?
Chapter Seven: Resources to Rock Your Freelance Career
Jill L. Ferguson is the former chief of staff of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior Commission; the former department chair of General Education, assessment coordinator, and a professor at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music; and a senior lecturer in the School of Business and Management at Notre Dame de Namur University. Jill has been a freelancer writer since she was first published at age 12. She is an award-winning writer, an artist, a business and higher education consultant, and a serial entrepreneur. She is the author of eight books and has written for the Washington Post, Huffington Post, Sierra Club Magazine, and more than 200 other magazines, newspapers, and websites.