M. Sharon Baker
M. Sharon Baker is a freelance journalist and B2B content writer with more than 15 years of high-technology content writing experience. She began writing about technology in 1988, beginning her journalism career covering Microsoft Corp., McCaw Cellular Communications, Western Wireless, and Paul Allen's many firms, including Starwave and Asymetrix. She also wrote about Seattle's robust startup scene, allowing her to chronicle the growth of Teledesic, Nintendo of America, F5 Networks, and Tableau, among others.
Sharon left her last fulltime job as the technology reporter at the Puget Sound Business Journal in 2001 to freelance. In addition to writing for Alaska Airlines Magazine and Nation's Restaurant News, she creates case studies, white papers, and lead nurturing marketing content for high-tech firms including Microsoft, Cisco, Ghostery, and Acumatica as a B2B content writer. She also teaches freelance writers how not to starve, as part of the Freelance Writers Den.