I was the official 'test idiot' for Video Nova, one of the first companies in Detroit to provide software for the big three when training for salesmen and mechanics first went digital and computerized. My desk was the place where computer programs and parts manuals tried to prove themselves as worthy for publication and distribution. When they did? My programs were used in dealerships in the USA, Canada and Mexico. I was the layperson who could speak and write tech.
This was followed by a time teaching English, Spanish and English as a Second Language to students from pre-school through adult ed. I also translated and filled out court documents, missing children reports and hospital documents.
So if you are looking for a technically-oriented, analytical writer with a human side and good knowledge of Spanish and social issues, stop browsing. I would love to write for you.