Robyn Hall is an information professional with a passion for content, words, and records.
Her career began using her love of words to support non-profits and cooperatives. In her communications roles, she helped organizations advance sustainability, economic justice, and women’s equality.
Robyn returned to the University of Toronto in 2009 to expand her information management skills. Archives held an immediate attraction, and Robyn graduated with a Master of Information in the archives and records management path. Since then, she has worked in broadcast archiving and as a visual researcher.
Today, Robyn brings all her skills together as a freelance writer and researcher in her new home of Ottawa, Ontario. She offers minute taking and transcribing, general writing, and visual research services to clients.
When she is not working with content, she enjoys hiking in beautiful Eastern Ontario. She is looking forward to learning more about the history and places of this wonderful part of Canada.