Tania Kourempis Cowling is a freelance writer and published author. Her career started as an educator in early childhood and branched into writing about the topics she loves; children and parenting. Tania started with curriculum writing in such magazines as First Teacher, Teaching & Learning Company, and Schooldays, which led to her publications of three teacher resource books. Tania also contributed parenting ideas to Crayola Kids and Family Fun Magazines. This author has hundreds of contributions in regional parenting magazines and on the Internet. Her column, “Together Time,” originally written for South Florida Parenting Magazine, continued to grow for ten years and reprints have been published throughout the country in print magazines and online.
With a certification in Medical Records Administration, Tania loves to research and write medical and health awareness articles as well. See her medical pieces on Yahoo Contributor Network and Everyday Health Voices of Experience.
Today, she practices her SEO skills and writes for such Internet companies as Skyword, Examiner, and Yahoo! Contributor Network. Tania writes for clients and brands, including Colgate, What To Expect, Choice Hotels, United Way, The Bump, and Vista Magazine. As time allows, Tania hopes to increase her portfolio to other online resources and print publications.
Tania lives with her husband in Florida and has three grown children, their spouses and grandchildren. Her love for dogs has given her the opportunity to rescue retired greyhound racers. Tania feels that life is good, especially if there is a computer around. She plans to continue writing as long as she can catch those “thoughts” in her head!
Honors and Awards
Parenting Publications of America 1988 Gold Award of Excellence--South
Florida Parenting Magazine--judged by Medill School of Journalism--
Parenting Publications of America 2004 Silver Award of Excellence--
Pittsburgh Parent Magazine--judged by University of Missouri School of
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