Cassandra Filice began editing while completing degrees in English, Comparative Literature, and Classics from McMaster University. She gradually expanded her skills, credentials, and clients while also teaching high school English. After an eight year teaching career, she now focuses exclusively on her editing business.
She has worked with not-for-profits creating web content, large national organizations writing books for clients, and individuals working on a variety of materials, from dissertations to memoirs. Her teaching background has provided her with a broad range of knowledge, creativity, and passion that she brings to her work.
Cassandra has a particular interest in mental health and has many years’ experience editing and creating content related to physical and psychological health and safety. In this genre, her most recently published edited works include The Evolution of Workplace Mental Health in Canada and A Way Out. Her other top genres are memoirs and educational related materials, with some fiction on the side.
She is a member of the Professional Writers Association of Canada and the Editors’ Association of Canada. She has completed courses on substantive editing, copy editing I & II, plain language, and stylistic editing.