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I'm a New York City-based journalist focused on gender, caregiving and the future of work.  

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Creating compelling content.

I'm an experienced storyteller with a proven track record of utilizing data and analytics to craft timely, engaging content that resonates with its audience wherever they find it, from Facebook to custom print publications. As an editor in chief, I've directed content strategy for three different media brands: a B2B magazine, a fintech start-up, and a digital site for a major consumer brand. I was the deputy editor of Working Mother magazine and editor in chief of, where I helped craft a traffic-driving strategy and spearheaded a book deal for The Working Mother Ultimate Guide to Working From Home. I've written essays on behalf of CEOs that have been published in Time and Fast Company. I've crafted ground-breaking survey reports. I've given presentations on caregiving to employees at major multinational firms. I've appeared on award-winning podcasts and shared my expertise with numerous outlets, including Good Morning America and CNN. 

Content Strategy  Writing 
Editing  Branding   Social Media

Survey Reports    White papers  

Presentations.  Public speaking.

Working from Home

The workplace is changing. I help companies keep up.

The pandemic permanently changed how employees think about work—and how companies think about caregivers. With the rise of remote work, ongoing child care challenges, lingering labor shortages, and a renewed emphasis on diversity and inclusion, the modern workplace is undergoing a major (and long overdue) shakeup. 

It's crucial that corporate leaders understand what employees need to thrive in today's workplace. Yes, this includes providing industry-leading benefits, but it also means truly connecting with your workforce in ways that actually boost engagement and productivity. I want to help your company succeed, because it helps working parents and women advance.


Where you can find my recent work:

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