I’m Kelley Gardiner. I’m a writer, and I help women and non-binary business owners reach their goals.

The right message, written in the right way, is an essential part of growing your sales and clientele. Are you missing out on opportunities?

When you’re ready to hone your message, I’m here to help. Your success is my success. Let’s work together.

How Can I Help?

“I hate writing. My website is okay, but the copy could be better.”

“I know I should blog, but I don’t have the time.”

Sound familiar? Let’s take something off your plate. Something like, say:

  • Website rewrites
  • Editing
  • Content writing
  • Newsletters
  • Blogging

Hop on over to read more about available packages.

Got a project right now? Email hello@kelleygardiner.com. Include your name, your business name, your project, and any deadlines you might have. Let’s talk about moving it forward.

Every couple of weeks, I put out an email newsletter with topics of interest for small business owners. Cute animal pictures guaranteed. Sign up today! 

About Kelley Gardiner

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I’ve written and/or edited for local publications like the Portland Mercury, Red Tricycle, All Things Real Estate, and NW Kids Magazine. Local businesses like Stitched have hired me to re-haul website copy, and I’ve partnered with Upswept Creative to deliver copy that functions as well as their beautiful website designs.

I also wrote a book about roller derby, but that’s a story for another time.

I’m a Portland writer, born and raised. (Technically, I was raised in Beaverton.) When I’m not writing at home in Parkrose Heights, I’m chasing kids around parks or searching for the best sandwiches and ice cream in town. 


I would highly recommend Kelley Gardiner for any writing or editing project. She has a unique point of view that brings content to life. Whether you’re looking for website content or marketing materials, Kelley can tell your story. Kelley’s work on our department’s website at Portland State University helped us triple our website traffic. Couldn’t have done it without her!” —Cathy Heslin