"Nic Enright-Morin has been a freelance writer for Canadian Immigrant magazine since 2013. During that time she has written for the magazine on countless subjects, including people’s inspiring journeys as newcomers to Canada, as well as her own story of becoming a comedian.
I can always count on Nic to hand in a story that is both informative and entertaining for our readership. She tackles each assignment with a unique warmth for the subject and she really goes the extra mile to write the best story possible, capturing exactly what I asked for.
She has interviewed immigrants for our magazine from all walks of life and no matter what the subject matter, she always tells the story in a respectful and sensitive way.
Last summer, she also emceed an event for a non-profit society I’m involved with called Glow Women’s Society. Nic was a lively and funny host, who kept the event running along smoothly. She went out of her way to make sure both the speakers and guests had an enjoyable afternoon, and had the audience in stitches all through the day, even bringing much-needed levity when some of the speakers were serious.
As a writer, she is well organized, pays meticulous attention detail and always conducts proper research and fact checking to make sure her work is on-point.
Margaret Jetelina, Editor-in-chief, Canadian Immigrant Magazine
"Our company needed a social media campaign and some well crafted press releases on a quick turn around time.
Nic was able to handle both for us efficiently and seamlessly, so that everything went without a hitch. Her writing and proofreading skills are second-to-none and she made sure we were more than happy with the materials she wrote for us.
She is a complete professional and a delight to work with. Hire her!"
Martyn Element, CEO Element & Associates
"My comedy show 'The Guilt Ridden Sociopath' was a massive success, largely due to Nic's incredible work in getting me the much needed publicity. I couldn't recommend her highly enough."
Byron Bertram, stand-up comedian
"My Name is Sharon Mahoney, I have been performing globally for the past 15 years with various one woman comedy shows. I have been produced for TV, comedy festivals and various world class outdoor events, including the Melbourne International Comedy festival, Edinburgh fringe, Adelaide fringe, to name only a few. During the summer of 2016, I toured with my one woman show, 'The Lion, the Bitch and the Wardrobe', a comedy show about panic attacks and anxiety. A comedy show with mental health themes can be a difficult thing to do. Despite having great audience response, it was very challenging to promote and connect with the press. I decided to hire Nic Enright-Morin as my publicist during the Vancouver Fringe festival, as a colleague of mine had worked with her and highly recommended her. Nic was incredible. Her hard work and professionalism was a huge component in the success of my run at Vancouver fringe festival. She was so efficient and consistent and managed to arrange several media interviews to promote my show and discuss the subject matter. One of them being a nationally aired interview with CBC. As a performer, being able to focus on my show and trust that all my publicity was in such capable hands was more than a relief. Her diligence and excellence in promoting me, made me realize that I want to work with her on every project from now on."
Sharon Mahoney, stand-up comic and performer