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The Write Angle
- Certified Copy Editor (2010)
- Certified Professional Editor (CPE) (2010)
- Certified Proofreader (2010)
- Certified Structural and Stylistic Editor (2009)
Editors Canada Volunteer Participation
- Certification (2013, 2014, 2015)
Sherry Hinman is a full-time editor/writer/professor. She lives with her family, including a mischievous calico tabby cat, in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. She loves animals, chocolate, books, and coffee, though not necessarily in that order.
Sherry has been editing and writing since 2002. She is a Certified Professional Editor (CPE) through the Editors’ Association of Canada (Certified Copy Editor, Proofreader, Structural and Stylistic Editor), a designation that represents excellence—not just competence—in editing.
Sherry is also a professor at Durham College; she is acting program coordinator with 14 years of teaching experience in the Communicative Disorders Assistant program. She also has 10 years’ experience as a creative writing instructor at the Oshawa Senior Citizens’ Centre. She is a writer, and has had over 100 articles published in magazines and newspapers, internationally, as well as a few short stories published in anthologies.
A respected member of Durham Region’s writing community, Sherry is a past president of the Writers’ Community of Durham Region, was founding chair and treasurer of the Ontario Writers’ Conference, and was a member of the certification steering committee for the Editors’ Association of Canada for three years.
Prior to her career in editing, Sherry worked for many years as a speech-language pathologist and professional practice leader. Her education provided her with the foundations to specialize as a health editor—a BA in Linguistics from McGill University; a BSc and MSc in speech-language pathology from l’Université de Montréal; and her editing certificate from George Brown College.
- Copy editing
- Developmental or project editing
- On-screen editing
- Online editing
- Plain language
- Research and fact-checking
- Structural and substantive editing
- Stylistic editing
- Translation, French to English
- Academic papers and essays
- Books, self-published
- Curriculum guidelines
- Manuals and how-to books
- Style guides
- Textbooks, college and university
- Theses and dissertations
- Grammar and linguistics
- Health and medicine, general
- Health care