Virtual Skills Chat: Using Generative A.I. as Writers and Editors


Virtual Skills Chat: Using Generative A.I. as Writers and Editors
Presented by the NASW Freelance Committee

Date: Thursday, May 2, 2023
Start Time: 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT
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The NASW Freelance Committee virtual meetup on May 2 will be a skills chat on how science writers and editors can optimize their use of generative A.I. To speak on the topic, volunteer event hosts Jennifer Huber and Ellen Kuwana have invited the President of Dragonfly Editorial, Samantha Enslen. Sam will discuss generative A.I. tools, trends, best practices and threats, as well as demo her tips and tactics for using one or two A.I. tools.

Invited Speaker
Samantha Enslen

Speaker-Provided Bio: Samantha runs Dragonfly Editorial, a creative agency based in Dayton, Ohio, with customers worldwide. Dragonfly’s writers are known for explaining complex topics clearly, whether they’re writing technical content, marketing communications, or thought leadership. Her team works with customers in science and medicine, finance, engineering, and beyond. Sam is the former editorial manager at Computer Sciences Corporation and former contributing editor to The Editorial Eye. She spent 8 years on the board of ACES: The Society for Editing and served as managing editor of Tracking Changes, the society’s quarterly journal. Sam has received multiple awards for her writing and in 2020 was named a Fellow of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals. She is also a writer for the Grammar Girl podcast.


Is one of your 2024 resolutions to run your small business more efficiently? Or have you been afraid to jump into self-employment? There is a community here to support you. This year, the NASW Freelance Committee is offering a virtual meetup series held on the first Thursday of each month at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT. Freelance writers, editors and other communicators will be able to educate themselves and ask experts questions in an informal, small-group setting.

Questions? Stop by to say hello to event hosts Ellen Kuwana and Jennifer Huber.

Please note that this is an informational session and opportunity to ask questions; it is not an endorsement by NASW for any specific agent, company, or policy. NASW does not provide licensed tax advice services, nor do we make recommendations for specific policies or products.