Gina is a freelance writer and content marketing strategist. She primarily works with B2B companies in the safety and industrial markets.
Prior to starting her writing career, Gina worked as a Safety Manager in the construction, mining, and manufacturing industries. She also holds a Master's degree in Environmental Health and Safety.
Her combined experiences make her uniquely qualified to write engaging content for safety and industrial audiences.
While not working or writing, Gina enjoys spending time outdoors. She lives in northern Minnesota with her husband Andrew and their 2 dogs. Gina spends most of her free time hunting, fishing, camping, or traveling.
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