Carolyn Richardson

Encino, CA USA

Professional Experience

Carolyn Richardson is a writer and business consultant who specializes in parenting, health, fitness, and lifestyle content. She also provides copy for marketing collateral for businesses small and large with interests in music, film, and interactive media.


Content Editor (online)
7 Years
Copy Editor
7 Years
10 Years


10 Years
Family, Children & Teenagers
5 Years
6 Years


Broadcasting - Ent - TV (Local)
6 Years
Newsletter - Consumer
4 Years
Online/new media
8 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

10 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

LA Parent Magazine (10+), (3-5), Entertainment Tonight/The Insider (10+), CalorieCount/About.Com (10+), (10+)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs) (1-2), (1-2), (1-2)

Other Work History

I have worked full time as a music business consultant for SonyBMG, Image Entertainment, Live Nation, and Entertainment Tonight and The Insider.

Technical Skills

Photo Editing (Photoshop), Access to Video editing(Avid, Final Cut)

Computer Skills

Expert with Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Illustrator, Photoshop, Basic HTML code, and can work Mac and PC Operating Systems. I also have extensive experience using different online platforms including Wordpress and CMS to edit and publish content.


Desktop Dell PC, Laptop Dell PC, Desktop Mac, ProTools for audio recordings, Flipcam HD, Digital Audio Recorder, Nikon D90 with still and video capabilities


Available Upon Request


American Society of Journalists and Authors


Health and Fitness

While controlling how much you eating is the physical means to losing weight, rewriting your eating philosophy is
The thought of satisfying your sweet tooth and junk food cravings probably conjures up images of chocolate chip cookies, salty fries, and Cherry Garcia ice cream. These delectable treats shouldn't be doable daily if you're aiming for a healthy calorie-controlled menu.
The first time I'd experienced a gym with a smoothie bar, I really did think I was in heaven. The problem is the misconception that smoothies are healthy is leading many people to overindulgence.

Parenting and Family

Parents of kids with special needs are hard-pressed to allow their children to be independent, but the weight of that responsibility is to heavy a burden for parents who are already working hard to ensure their children's health and well-being in other areas. Here I share some programs that are available and some inspiration to take the leap.
An interview with a pioneer of the social entrepreneurship movement explains why she chose running her own business vs. working for someone else when she became a mom.
Grocery shopping just got easier, and you don't need a babysitter to do it.
We uncover some of the issues surrounding childhood obesity including family, school, and community dynamics.

Music Business

Carolyn Richardson spoke at NARIP's How To Market & License Music For Film & TV and provided these excellent tips.