Emily Halloran

Emily is passionate about plain language and loves helping writers to produce clear and coherent documents.

Emily has substantively edited and proofread a range of documents for private and government clients. She has also developed templates and writing guides to support plain language best practice. She also ensures the Foundation’s social media provides followers with informative and relevant posts.

Before joining the Foundation, Emily worked as a freelancer, editing theses, journal articles, personal essays, crime and historical fiction manuscripts, website copy and résumés. Before this, she taught English and French to secondary school students. Emily is a member of the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd) and won Capstone Editing’s Become an Editor Scholarship in 2021.

Professional qualifications

  • Master of Writing, Editing and Publishing (The University of Queensland)
  • Graduate Certificate of Writing, Editing and Publishing (The University of Queensland)
  • Graduate Diploma of Teaching (The University of Queensland)
  • Bachelor of Arts (The University of Queensland)
  • Position

    Editor