Belinda Hulin is a dynamic speaker and facilitator with experience in adult education covering multiple platforms. Her work in instructional design has made her a particularly effective adjunct instructor—both in person and online—and guest lecturer at colleges, universities and conferences. She’s also conducted hands-on workshops and served as a featured participant at both literary and food-related events. Her areas of expertise include journalism, book and magazine writing, and food, entertaining and cookbook authoring.
Belinda has taught or spoken at Washington and Lee University, Temple University, the University of North Florida, Florida State College at Jacksonville, the International Conference on Teaching and Learning, the Southern Food Alliance, the Amelia Island Book Festival, the Florida First Coast Writers Festival, Much Ado About Books and the Spring Lake (N.J.) Authors and Inns event.
Presentations and workshops:
Food Memories: Write Your Keepsake Cookbook
Spice it Up: Using Food Imagery in Writing
Your American Kitchen: A Genealogy of Food
Magazine Writing: Glossy Dreams
Feature Writing for Newspapers and Magazines
The Power of Story in Instructional Design