Award-winning editorial leader with experience building content and messaging strategies from the ground up. Interested in: food, wellness, and travel; entrepreneurs and leadership; global markets.
Forget glamping—these female crews are going no-frills and finding freedom from everyday stress in the great outdoors.
From period trackers to vibrators, sexual health is getting a next-gen, women-centric makeover.
In the wake of the great escape from parabens, it's getting a little confusing out there.
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The co-owner of the downtown chic healthy eating mecca in New York City is all about yogurt (grass-fed, of course), as she explains in this native content post with Stonyfield Organic.
Healthy Home Tour: High-vibe design secrets from a crystal-obsessed creative duo.
In this native content series with EVEN Hotels, the wellness world’s road warriors share their secret healthy travel hacks—and exactly how (and where) they figured them out.
Healthy Home Tour: A Brooklyn stylist's effortlessly glam, high-vibe oasis.
A master class for CEOs on the changing consumer populations in China. This white paper was distributed by Nielsen to all attendees at the Boao Forum for Asia, also known as the "Asian Davos." (Note: This was a collaboration with the top leaders at Nielsen China, based in Shanghai.)
As Multimedia Editor at AP, my team's award-winning "Massacre at Virginia Tech" interactive was one of AP's submissions for the Pulitzer Prize. This site, produced by my team and I, details the coverage of the killing spree.
And how that might end up being more powerful than a traditional protest.
There's much more to the activist-musician than just the free-bleeding run that made her famous.
In this native content series with Suja Juice, six readers who argued best that they needed a "juice intervention" got a week’s supply of handcrafted, cold-pressured organic juice. Here are their stories.
Model Summer Rayne Oakes opens up her bursting-with-life apartment to us, and shares tips on starting your own urban jungle.
Five reasons we should celebrate it—not blame it for everything that goes wrong.