Rahel Anne Bailie
Rahel Anne Bailie is a Canadian content strategist and author living in London, United Kingdom. She founded Intentional Design, a boutique consultancy in Vancouver, British Columbia, and became Chief Knowledge Officer at Scroll in 2015. She also teaches in the Content Strategy Master's programme at the FH-Joanneum in Graz, Austria.
Rahel Anne Bailie worked in technical communication for a numbers of years before transitioning to content strategy. She is a recognised thought leader in the content strategy field for her work with new initiatives, such as the Information 4.0 consortium. She is an accredited Cognitive Edge practitioner, an iSQI certified UX practitioner, has an industry certificate in content management from The Rockley Group, and holds a certificate in Management for Not-for-Profit and Voluntary Sector from Imagine Canada (formerly Canadian Centre for Philanthropy).
She has extensive volunteer experience, particularly with the Society for Technical Communication, where she was elected Fellow in 2009. She also runs the Content, Seriously and London Content Strategy meetups in London, and provides mentoring through Office Hours.
Buie, Elizabeth Buie; Murray, Dianne (2012). Usability in Government Systems: User Experience Design for Citizens and Public Servants; Chapter 10 - Content Strategy. San Francisco, CA. Morgan Kaufmann. ISBN 978-0123910639 Search this book on .
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