Speechwriter / Editor

For over a decade, Nick has helped professionals craft memorable speeches and other communications materials. His humanities-based education at Georgetown and Harvard, combined with full-time public speaking and English teaching, provide a solid foundation for writing and editing in an array of fields.  

Nick currently serves as a freelance speechwriter for the Executive Director of The HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation. He has also worked as an Editorial Assistant for Burson-Marstellar Public Relations firm, where he created and delivered new business pitch presentations. Moreover, Nick composed and edited articles for Bloomberg Bureau of National Affairs and essays for Boston Street Consulting.  

Nick’s clients represent a diversity of interests and he is thereby well equipped for virtually any stakeholder’s needs. Most importantly, Nick prioritizes close collaboration and feedback from his clients throughout the writing and editing process.

Nick holds a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard University where he won The Billings Prize for inspiring behavioral change through positive humor. He is an avid speaker and writer through The Atlantic, WABC Radio, Yale University, Psychology Today, New York University, The Milken Scholars Program, Share Fair Nation, The HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, The George Jackson Academy, Toastmasters International, and as the Research Chairman for The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor.

To inquire about Nick’s services, e-mail: nick@nickmosca.com