Writer. Editor. Mental Health Advocate.
When people ask me what I do for a living, I’m quick to reply I’m a writer. Not the kind who’s been published widely or has a bestselling novel under her belt (yet), but one who writes—journals, blogs, chips away at an essay, memoir, or short story—almost every day. I also write extensively in my MarCom career. Currently, I manage media relations at a small college in New York City.
My professional expertise includes writing or copyediting a range of marketing collateral, from brochures to email newsletters, journalism features, and digital content. I love sharing stories that matter to a range of audiences (including the press). Dedicated to ending stigma against mental illness, I’ve also written about my personal experiences with mental health issues.
Since earning my MFA in Creative and Professional Writing in 2013, I’ve maintained ties with an outstanding network of authors. If you’re curious about how to better tell your story, whether you’re managing press for a small nonprofit or have an idea for your own first book, I want to hear about it.