SunFrost Consulting

SunFrost Consulting

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personalized editorial services

What I Offer

Do You Have a Story to Tell?

Anna will help you find your voice to achieve a clear, concise, and compelling product to your satisfaction.

My Services

Freelance writing

Editing & proofreading

Graphic design

Writing consultations, workshops, & tutorials


Types of Work

Website content management (CMS)

Academic papers (incl. dissertations)

Books & book proposals

Long-form pieces

eLearning & curriculum development

Request for Proposals (RFPs)

News articles

Social media

Script writing

Advertisements (print, digital)

Marketing material (brochures, flyers, etc.)

Blog writing

Headlines & captions

Anything else my clients are passionate about

About Anna

A Lifelong Writer

Ever since Anna taught herself how to read at age 4, she has been keenly aware that the written word would be her life's calling. In elementary school, she found herself writing long and short stories, including a collection of prose that she hopes to turn into children's books. In high school, she was fortunate to attend the leading journalism program in her state. There, she began to publish in various local publications and just before she graduated high school, she started working for The Oregonian. She attended Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.) in the Medill School of Journalism but switched majors to study humans. 

Two short years after graduating college, Anna became extremely sick with lyme disease. During her four-year recovery, she wrote a well-read blog where she discovered her voice again. At the same time, she earned a Master's degree where she discovered that academia was a perfect pursuit because it involved all things reading and writing!  

As a result, Anna went on to earn a PhD in Leadership Studies at Gonzaga University (Spokane, Wash.) Her dissertation was an ethnographic study of five lyme disease patients in the Pacific Northwest. She argued that an embodied way of thinking about lyme was necessary to know what the disease is. (You may read that HERE.) 

As a leadership scholar, Anna emphasizes dialogue, reflection, and distributed power. She defines leadership as being inside a body among bodies being influenced by bodies. She rejects leadership as a practice of solving problems based on knowledge and evidentiary production—which is limiting in nature—and instead addresses the source of problems through the process of knowing, which unleashes an expanse of potentialities. Together, bodies engage in purposeful work while inspiring each other to complete tasks in pursuit of that purpose. We must encourage, support, and especially listen to people to achieve their purposeful work and unleash their potential.

Being a purposeful act and one full of potentialities, writing is no doubt a form of leadership. Therefore, Anna views both herself and her clients as partners in the pursuit of an outcome that already lies within both of them. Together, they each bring their experiences, backgrounds, histories, and preferences to the table to create an outstanding outcome that meets the client's needs. Specifically, Anna is really excellent at using her honed listening skills to help spark new ideas, insights, and innovative point-of-views. She often brings humor, lightness, and a lot of passion to her projects.

Anna's blog may be found at


Contact Anna

Drop me a line!

SunFrost Consulting

Easton, WA, USA

(206) 962-9439