I received my Bachelors Degree in English-Writing from Winthrop University. While in school, I studied various forms of writing such as: poetry, fiction writing, rhetoric and screen play writing. I also studied grammar and worked in the Writing Lab where I assisted students with editing their papers. After I graduated, I began writing for the Examiner as their Columbia, SC Non-denominational Christian Examiner; you can view my work as an examiner here: www.examiner.com/nondenominational-christian-1-in-columbia/nicole-dubose.
I currently write for the Word of God Magazine and am one of their top editors. I have edited material for Soar Publishing and I recently edited a press release for City of One King, a non-profit organization in the Columbia area. I also wrote and performed a skit for the Columbia HUD field office's annual 202/811 Workshop.
I am a member of Sigma Tau Delta, the National English Honors Society, and I had a paper called the "Shakesperean Problem" published in Winthrop University’s Graduate and Undergrad Scholar’s Book.