Currently based in Brooklyn, New York with my two cats Hemingway and Fitzgerald and about 115 unread books on my shelves, I (she/her) have spent my career passionately trying to use my pen to make the world a more informed, better place. During the day, I lead a marketing department dedicated to all things books, leveraging my long-time experience with digital storytelling to create interactive campaigns that feel authentic and representative of diverse reading audiences. Outside of the 9-5, I continue to work as a freelance journalist focused on culture reporting and features writing, and have been published in Psychology Today, NBC, Thrillist, Ms. Magazine, The Daily Dot and more.
While the majority of my writing tends to dig into topics surrounding YouTube culture, mental health, media representation, human interest and feminism, I hold additional editorial expertise in trauma-informed storytelling and content creation for violence prevention organizations — such as New York Alliance Against Sexual Assault and Exhale to Inhale. At the heart of it all, I’m deeply committed to using storytelling to help others feel heard, to feel empowered and to heal. I believe great storytelling can change the world, so thank you for being a part of it.