Kirsten Clodfelter

Louisville, KY

Kirsten Clodfelter

Freelancer writer and digital content marketing specialist


At Louisville Summer Camps, Robots Meet Literacy to Support Vulnerable Students

Shawnta Spencer sits in a tall chair at the front of the classroom, the projector set up behind her. She’s getting ready to show her students a video from California’s Salinas Valley, where giant robots roll through crops of lettuce and use high-pressure water knives to harvest vegetables. This kind of technology is changing the future of farming, and Spencer wants to make sure her students have a sense of what the robotics field is capable of achieving.
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How Our Doctors Are Revolutionizing the Patient Experience

The field of medicine has long attracted the best and brightest — individuals who are hardworking, driven, tenacious, and empathetic. These eager students head to top medical schools with the desire to make a difference and meaningfully impact lives. They take on hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt, study and practice relentlessly, work exhaustive residency hours, and then enter the healthcare workforce where, for many, those grueling hours continue — stretching doctors thinner and thinner.
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There Are Two Types Of Cardio—Here’s Why They Both Matter

Sure, you can deadlift serious poundage and you just ran a 10k, but do you know the difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercise? Here, we refer to the experts for a breakdown on the two different types of cardio that do a body good. Aerobic exercise pumps oxygenated blood from the heart to the muscles.
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This App Could Prevent Hot-Car Deaths

One afternoon in 2015, Phirin Kennedy came across an article about an infant being left by accident in a fatally hot car. She turned to her husband, Brian, and told him, “There has to be a way to fix this.”. Her statement was more of a reflection than a call to action, but, Brian Kennedy recalled later, “that got us thinking.”.
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5 Lifestyle Hacks to Help Manage ADHD During Pregnancy

If you’re pregnant and live with ADHD, things can get complicated quickly. Most of the front-line medications used to treat ADHD in adults are category C drugs. That basically means that there’s insufficient research available to say whether or not the medication is safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
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Caribbean Vacation Ideas That Pack Fun for the Whole Family Link to Story

Your Can’t-Miss Museum and Gallery Guide to Charlotte, North Carolina Link to Story

Searching for a Credit Card Processor? 5 Things to Consider

For small business owners in search of a way to process credit card payments, there are many choices and the amount of information can feel overwhelming. To find the best credit card processor for your business, start by considering these five points. The first step in comparing credit card processors is to know exactly which features you need.
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Louisville’s 22nd Annual Festival of Faiths encourages compassionate reflection and action

This year’s Festival of Faiths, an annual event which “honors the union between thinking globally and acting locally” will bring together spiritual leaders and practitioners from around the world for four days of music, poetry, film, art, and dialogue. To find out more about the speakers and participants in this year’s Festival of Faiths, you can click here. Link to Story

RowdMap seeks strategists to shake up the health care industry

In early January, Kristin Senac left her native California home to move halfway across the country and become a Louisvillian. What brought her here? The young company, founded by Josh and Melanie Rosenthal and Burak Sezen, uses an innovative and game-changing risk-readiness platform to provide medical economics consulting and data analysis to players within the health care industry.

Edj Analytics seeks the insights of a smart marketing pro

If you could fix anything with data, what would it be? This is the question Edj Analytics poses on their website, encouraging visitors to voice the changes they’d most like to see when thinking about data as a catalyst for change. Inside Edj’s Market Street office, the growing team of just over a dozen is doing their part to effect change, too — and they’re searching for a savvy, energized marketing director who can help them do it.

Engineer Josh Bullington builds a solid career at Luckett & Farley

In February of 2015, CNNMoney named Structural Engineering as one of the 100 best jobs in America, with an estimated 20% growth over the next 10 years. For Luckett & Farley’s Josh Bullington, it’s a dream job for someone who grew up with an interest in shop classes and loved “to put things together.”.


Kirsten Clodfelter

I'm a passionate advocate for individuals and businesses seeking new opportunities to tell their stories. I work with clients to clarify their messages, amplify their voices, and better relate to their audiences.

As an experienced freelance writer, editor, and digital content marketing specialist, I create distinct, appealing copy; implement targeted marketing and branding campaigns; and help businesses grow their virtual presence and reach through multiple engagement channels.



  • Marketing collateral
  • Ad copy
  • Website copy
  • Marketing Campaign Management
  • Social Media Management
  • Editing
  • Articles
  • Blogs
  • Sponsored Content