Freelance Writer, editor, and Content Strategist

More about Me

Let's start with the basics. People often ask me if I was a straight-A student in college. Or a consummate rule follower. I wasn’t. Not even close. I had pink hair and hosted a late-night radio show called “Sunday Speakeasy.” I wrote scathing Op-Eds for the campus paper aimed at the athletics department and held demonstrations on the quad to raise awareness for the genocide in Darfur. In short, I was a rule breaker, and I think you have to be in order to create compelling and effective content. 

In the past 10 years I’ve transformed from a moody activist to a driven communications professional with unapologetically high standards. (Though the pink hair has faded, traces of the attitude remain.)

My Experience and Credentials

As a young and hungry journalist, I landed my first writing gig at the Boston Herald and worked for the paper’s City Desk, covering a wide range of news and feature stories. I later found my niche in the academic world and worked my way up to Director of Communications at an elite boarding school in Massachusetts. I have also written for a number of local and national publications—both digital and print. Flipping through the now tattered pages of my AP Style book has made me a meticulous editor and proofreader. 

Launching a Freelance Career

Establishing a career as a freelance writer and content strategist was never something I envisioned. I was, you know, going to write for Rolling Stone Magazine or work as a foreign correspondent in the Middle East. But after agreeing to move to the mid-Hudson Valley region without a friend or job opportunity to my name, I found one of the biggest professional blessings of my life. 

To learn more about what my job entails, contact me or check out my list of services



Boston Herald
Elite Daily
Inside Lacrosse
Major League Lacrosse
Boston Music Spotlight


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