Rahel Anne Bailie

Rahel Anne Bailie

I consult, teach, write, and breathe content. With close to 30 years of experience in the field, I’ve worked with virtually every kind of business content. I take content very seriously, and work tirelessly to bring clarity to content operations.

Twitter: @rahelab

Biographies for publication

Short biography

Rahel is well-known in the content industry, with books, awards, and accolades to her name. More importantly, she is passionate about content and has spent over two decades helping companies make sense of their content operations, taking on increasingly-complex problem in the areas of content strategy, content operations, knowledge management, and related areas where she has been asked to look at content, seriously. [Content, Seriously] (https://www.contentseriously.co.uk) [LinkedIn Profile] (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rahelannebailie/) [Content Strategy Master’s Programme] (https://www.fh-joanneum.at/en/university/person/rahel-anne-bailie/)

Full biography

Rahel Bailie (BA, FRSA, FSTC, FISTC, Cognitive Edge Accreditation) is the founder of Content, Seriously, a London, UK based consultancy. Rahel has spent over 20 years as a consultant, using her deep understanding of both the technical and editorial sides of content to developing solutions to solve complex information problems. She develops content strategies for efficient content operations, building robust systems for scale, personalisation, and overall effective content delivery.

She is also an instructor in FH-Joanneum’s Content Strategy Master’s Programme in Austria; co-author of “Content Strategy: Connecting the dots between business, brand, and benefits” and “The Language of Content Strategy”; and contributor to several other books. Her content experience spans corporate communications, technical communication, localisation management, content strategy, and has concentrated in the discipline of content operations.

When not consumed by her work, she can be found sampling a new gin while playing Scrabble, and possibly dancing.