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Heather Mierzejewski

Heather Mierzejewski

Content Director

Heather McWilliams Mierzejewski joined VOLTAGE in 2015 after escaping journalism’s tentacles. She crafts accurate, relevant copy on demand and thrives in detail-oriented, deadline-driven situations. She relishes telling clients’ stories and is dedicated to teamwork, quality and connection. She’s passionate about innovation, creativity, and people.

When Heather isn’t on a seek-and-destroy mission against bland or bloated copy, she hunts down breaks on the local cycling scene where she admittedly rides like a girl. Keep up if you can. And don’t worry, she won’t correct your grammar unless you want her to … usually.

Heather graduated from Miami University of Ohio and earned a master’s in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She’s written for the Denver Post, Colorado business magazines, IB Publishing, and ZisBoomBah.com among others, and she’s recorded and produced radio.

  • Forces for Good: Fashion for Good

    VOLTAGE Content Director Heather Mierzejewski interviews the Amsterdam-based, international-focused platform for innovation that focuses on innovators and helping them grow through connection to their corporate partners. The goal: To transform the current state of the fashion industry into a circular model. It’s all made possible through collaboration and community.

  • Forces for Good: Janji, Part 2

    Running apparel brand. Clean water provider. Passport to adventure. An interview with Janji co-founder David Spandorfer. Part 2 of 2.

  • Forces for Good: Janji, Part 1

    Running apparel brand. Clean water provider. Passport to adventure. An interview with Janji co-founder, David Spandorfer.

  • High score: 2,766

    What started as an office wide panic, quickly evolved into a fun competitive game. If you have ever lost connection to the internet while using Google Chrome, you have probably seen this screen here… If you were one of those kids who found all of Super Mario Bro’s secret passages and used cheat codes on Diddy…

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