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Laura Abbott

Deputy Editor,


GLOBIS Insights
As a trained editor, Ms. Abbott works in multiple forms, including web copy, dissertations, and novels. She has spent more than six years and 3,500+ consulting hours editing for multilingual authors around the globe. As a writer, she enjoys crafting multidisciplinary perspectives by combining seemingly unrelated subjects. Laura Abbott joined GLOBIS in 2020 and is currently the deputy editor of GLOBIS Insights.

She holds a BA in English and an Editing & Publishing Certificate from Washington State University. Laura also runs her own long-form fiction editorial consulting business. Her professional interests are multilingual rhetoric, story theory, cognitive psychology, and exotic animals.
Career Success
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Career Success
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Career Success
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Global Japan
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Tech & Innovation
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