About Moxie

Moxie Writing Co. offers ghostwriting, editing, and consulting to humans rooted in good. Based in Denver, Colorado, we work with thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and artists around the world, empowering you with clarity and messaging you need to expand your impact.


What We Stand For


We believe in quality over quantity and see work as one piece of your full, rich life. To make sure we stay in it for the long haul, we work in a sustainable way that honors our whole selves. As stewards of the environment, we're proud members of 1% for the Planet and honor the earth in all that we do.



We believe great copy starts with introspection and self-awareness. Our strategic, purpose-driven work holds up a mirror so you can see yourself how your audience does. On our side, you won’t hear us selling you on something that you don’t need—we’re here to support you in the way you uniquely need it.


We are uncompromising in our values and encourage you to be the same. We see entrepreneurship as a vehicle for contribution and change—our clients use their work to improve the world in addition to making a profit.


We believe in genuine partnership. We work hard to be conscious allies of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ folx and don’t stand for intolerance of any kind. We love building a generous community of people who can help each other grow, and we approach each client as a potential partner in our parallel journeys.


Our Team


Ghostwriting, Editing, Moxie Founder

When you have a conversation with Ali Weeks, she is fully present. She listens carefully and asks intentional questions. She reassures you that you are valuable and brilliant just as you are.


In her work as a ghostwriter, editor, and writer, Ali combines these natural tendencies with a knack for creative problem-solving, a wealth of writing expertise, and an unquenchable thirst for authenticity. She finds the through-line and carefully collects the pieces that matter most, helping you to clearly articulate the marrow and meaning of your story.

Get to know Ali on the blog.

Photo by Holly Hursley


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