About Kirsten P. Haas

Kirsten Haas is an editor and writer of content both creative and technical.  She has 20-year’s experience in steel industry Sales & Marketing and she is currently part of the Front Desk team at The GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading, Pennsylvania.  Kirsten has a BA in Political Science and an MMC in Mass Communications, both from the University of Georgia.  She is a native of Hawaii; grew up in Stone Mountain, Georgia; and currently resides in Southeastern PA.  Kirsten enjoys college football (the Georgia Bulldogs first, SEC teams second, and then everyone else), reading, running (sort of) and vodka martinis.

Follow Kirsten’s blog at witticismsobservationsotherfoolishness.wordpress.com.

Contact Kirsten at kphaas06@gmail.com to discuss possible freelance editing or writing projects.

Stay tuned to this site for more samples of Kirsten’s work and updates on current projects.

2 thoughts on “About Kirsten P. Haas

  1. Hey Kirsten.
    A voice out of the past.
    It’s great to see that you’re doing well, and pursuing this new career. I’m jealous. I went to work 3 days a week for one of my former customers here in Dayton. Life is good, and I’m actually having fun.
    I did hear that you and your dad are co-writing a book about his experiences. That is great.
    I have a good bit saved for my descendants about my own experiences. If you are ever bored, you can watch this video that was filmed during the 101st Airborne reunion last August. It is about a mission I was on with these guys.
    Don’t take the comments of the guy on the left too seriously. He gushed a little too much about the events of the day.
    Still, it is nice to have a memory recalled.



    1. Bill! How good to hear from you!
      Life is good. I think my exit from Carpenter was a sign from the universe to take a different path. So, here I am. I am also working at The GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, part-time. Working at a non-profit is such a different world and even though I’ve only been there five weeks, I am having a ball.
      I am about halfway through editing my Dad’s book. It is good reading although a bit odd; I am reading about my Dad BEFORE he was Dad. My challenge is to keep it readable to a non-military person without robbing the story of his voice. I will definitely check out your video. We’re actually thinking of starting our own publishing company as well.
      All in all, it is exciting to be doing something I love. And so far, no one has called me crazy for doing it (not that I would care but, just the same).
      Please keep in touch! I always enjoyed visiting with you when you came to Reading. You’re one of the good ones! 🙂


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