Who is Nadira Bostic?
Freelance writer. Advocate. Dog lover. Dedicated Jeopardy! fan.
Ever since I was twelve, I’ve wanted to tell stories. As I grew up, my dream transformed into wanting to see my story — that of a Black, disabled, neurodivergent woman and a member of the LGBTQ+ community — represented on the page and screen.
In 2019, I earned a B.A. in advertising copywriting from Temple University, the first step of my journey to improve media representation for people with disabilities by creating ads that feature disabled characters.
My journey took a detour in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic began, and I was let go from my copywriting internship only a few weeks after starting. Instantly, my dream crumbled as a “two-week break” from the office became months spent in lockdown.
I couldn’t let my dream die, so I made a new plan. I became a freelance writer.
As a freelance content writer and copywriter, I take pride in knowing that my work does more than make a sale. Whether I’m helping a nonprofit organization write a social media post for an upcoming community event or helping businesses write articles that share advice with their customers, my work aims to improve people’s lives and help them feel seen.