“A cosmic time of renewal has arrived on Earth, calling for new stories that can be the foundations of a healthy world where humans are open in their hearts and relaxed in their bodies, free to be dedicated to add beauty to the beauty that already exists.”  
The Time of the Black Jaguar,

–Arkan Lushwall


Sally Wolfe specializes in developing content, creating stories and marketing campaigns for small and start-up businesses, health and wellness professionals, authors, and human development consultants.

Words aren’t everything but the ones you use in your business should jump out and grab the attention of your potential customer and make them want to learn more now.

Sally Wolfe is an award-winning copywriter and marketer with over 20 years experience in helping companies and professionals (profit and nonprofit alike) get their message out to their audiences. Her diverse background includes health and wellness, nutrition, computer/internet technology, consumer research, social services, insurance, analytical instrumentation, sustainability, and environmental protection.

Her approach is simple: show how your service or product solves your client’s problem better than anyone else. And then invite them in with an offer or call to action. No matter whether it’s blog, guest post, website, newsletter, article, technical brief, facebook ad, landing page or book-length manuscript.

Sally is former Director of Marketing Communications for Nielsen NetRatings and Cornerstone Imaging. For both these companies she developed innovative marketing programs that moved them from early start-up phase to Initial Public Offering (IPO) and on to market leadership—in less than five years. Her agency background includes Creative Director and Account Supervisor positions for clients such as: American Electronics Association,  Acer, Motorola, Covenant House, Ezekiel’s Café, EnviroMerica, ThermoFinnigan, Deer Park Shopping Center, and the Nonprofit Insurance Alliance.

Sally is winner of Advertising Age’s Best Branded Award, two-time conference presenter at the International Consumer Panel Research Forum and the Santa Cruz Marketing Roundtable, as well as a contributing editor for PR and iMarketing News and Narrative Magazine. She is founder of The Computer Graphics Training Program for disadvantaged youth in New York City. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and English literature from Indiana University.