Bio

Jack E. Appleman, APR, CBC, prominent writing instructor and coach, is committed to helping individuals achieve better results with their writing. He is driven by the belief that everyone can significantly improve their text by following a series of straightforward steps. His workshops, webinars and private coaching sessions have helped thousands of working professionals write more effectively.

As principal of the Monroe, New York-based Successful Business Writing, Jack brings more than 25 years’ experience as a corporate trainer, professor and public relations professional. He has been a frequent speaker and has published several articles on the importance of good writing. A 2012 story on workplace grammar in The Wall Street Journal cited him and included his contest. Then, a 2014 Journal column quoted him on effective email strategies.

A professor since 2001, Jack teaches technical writing online for Southern New Hampshire University. He also earned the accreditation in public relations (APR) certification from the Public Relations Society of America and the Certified Business Communicator (CBC) designation from the Business Marketing Association. In 2015, Jack received the Charles T. Morgan Award for lifetime excellence in corporate training from the Association for Talent Development’s Northern New Jersey chapter.

Jack earned his BA in Communication from Ohio State University and his MS in Journalism from Ohio University. He is also studying for his Ph.D. in Organizational Communication at the State University of New York at Albany.