“I must truly commend Neil on his tremendous ability to learn and understand the University of Delaware.  When Neil started working for UD he had to learn our strengths and what made our institution unique.  Neil did extensive research to be able to sell UD to our prospective donors and our results show the fruits of his labor.”
−Dave Morris, Sr. Associate Director of Annual Giving
University of Delaware

“If you have the chance to experience working with Neil, you’ll know immediately that he really is a one-of-a-kind, prolific writer with keen ability to tell compelling stories about your company and products. Truly one of the most outstanding people I’ve ever had the pleasure of sharing a cubicle corner with.”
−Jamie Collinsworth, Graphic Designer
The Seattle Times Company

“Your writing is clear, readable, friendly, informative, intelligent, believable and efficient. You’re versatile, which is a wonderful trait to possess. You handle the mundane and the glamorous with equal professionalism.”
−Gary Meyers, President & Creative Director

“Neil is a conscientious researcher and interviewer who astutely turns information into thoughtful, creative fundraising letters.”
−Robin Wray, Deputy Director of Annual Giving
Johns Hopkins University

“Neil has a great ability to be a versatile copywriter–unique in his field. Neil’s writing is not only creative, but effective in delivering the message for any industry he is working with.”
−Cecelia Hovis, Director of Account Service
O’Connor Group

“Add Neil Sagebiel to your project and you get not only a talented copywriter, but also a strategic thinker and a consummate professional who meets deadlines.”
−Sharon Current, Corporate Marketing Manager
The Seattle Times Company


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