The International Society of Female Professionals Recognizes Rochelle Zappia

Greater Chicago Area – The International Society of Female Professionals (ISFP) proudly honors Rochelle Zappia for her exceptional talents and contributions in the fields of editing, writing, and research. As an esteemed editor, writer, and researcher, Rochelle has garnered recognition and accolades from colleagues and customers for developing insightful, compelling content.
With a unique blend of meticulousness and enthusiasm, Rochelle Zappia has established herself as a prominent figure in the realm of writing and editing. Coworkers and managers have praised her for combining the tenacity of a seasoned editor with the vibrant creativity of a spirited individual. Her ability to identify even the most minute errors and inconsistencies, while infusing each piece with a captivating appeal, sets her apart as an exceptional professional.
When Rochelle edits, her keen eye and dedication enable her to spot strengths and weaknesses in various types of works, providing constructive feedback to enhance content, wording, and organization. Throughout her career, she has employed her editorial prowess mainly in the development of tests and textbooks, where she has exhibited mastery of European and American literature, creating engaging, thought-provoking passages.
Rochelle’s passion for writing extends across genres. She has composed both fiction and nonfiction pieces that enthrall readers and encourage introspection. Her work induces readers to consider new issues, explore fresh perspectives, and delve deeper into multifaceted ideas. Her original, thoughtfully crafted pieces have earned her admiration from managers, coworkers, and readers.
Presently, Rochelle serves as an ELA Reviewer and Writer for LearningMate Solutions. In this role, she has gained commendation for her thorough, perceptive reviews of grade 3–5 ELA assessments and lesson plans for n2y. Additionally, she has been praised for her skill in crafting grade 3–5 standards- aligned, selected-response reading comprehension items. Her proficiency in composing 150–250-word fiction, poetry, and nonfiction passages for grade 3–5 students in special and inclusive education evidences her versatility in writing and her commitment to creating engaging, inclusive content.
As Rochelle Zappia continues to make a significant impact in the fields of writing, editing, and research, she remains on the lookout for long-term, remote writing and editing opportunities. Her knowledge of college and graduate school admissions essays, as well as immigration and employment law, further exemplifies her ability to tackle diverse subjects with finesse.
International Society of Female Professionals Member Rochelle Zappia can be found on the AssociationDirectory, where she is looking forward to networking with you.