Chanelle Adams is a freelance writer, editor, and translator with seven years of experience working closely with academics, artists, organizers, and scientists to clearly communicate creative ideas. Chanelle specializes in 1-on-1 consultations to develop personal writing for digital platforms, to demystify the process of writing for the social sciences, and to craft compelling grant proposals. After completing a self-guided degree at Brown University, she accepted two Fulbright awards to research Madagascar plant medicine in the French colonial archive. Her writing on music, healing, and diaspora has been published by NPR, Bitch Media, and The Funambulist, among others.