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Editor & Founder
After graduating from her master’s program, our founder, Jess, was eager to find work that would be sustainable, flexible, and combine her love of editing and writing with her passion for empowering others.
After much thought and research, Jess realized that the most effective way of realizing her dream would be to start her own fully remote business.
Thus, Jess set off to build her business, and Lumida Editing & Proofreading was founded in 2017. Like all companies, Lumida’s journey began with one client and eventually grew into a thriving, multi-client business serving authors around the globe.
We tell the truth, hold ourselves accountable, and do right by society and the environment.
A grammatical, well-structured document free of typos can help you achieve your goals!
Lumida is a low-waste, eco-conscious business, and we strive to be as sustainable as possible.
We'll always provide you with prompt, courteous, transparent customer service.
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Jess currently volunteers with the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association’s Waste Reduction Group (WRG), a local non-profit that aims to raise environmental awareness and reduce waste in the downtown Toronto area.
In their efforts to achieve these goals while also making direct contributions to the social and economic welfare of community members, the WRG runs a triennial event called REmarket. Jess aids in the planning, advertising, and execution of these events. She also manages the group’s blog and performs a variety of other volunteer duties.
The most recent REmarket was held on January 25 and 26, 2023, and the event featured a donation zone for post-consumer goods, a totally free market, a repair cafe, free bike repairs, a recycling zone for common difficult-to-recycle items (e.g., office supplies, cosmetics containers, and dental hygiene waste), and an information table.
Over the two-day event, the WRG had 171+ attendees at their FreeMarket and received donations from 419 community members and businesses. Many of these donors also dropped off items to be responsibly recycled through the WRG’s partners and/or used the available repair cafe services.
This allowed the WRG to accomplish the following: