“She’s the reason the phrase ‘I don’t know how she does it’ was invented.”
– Sarah Jo Enloe, Westfield State University Class of 2016
I consider myself a “Swiss Army knife” of skills and interests, mainly running the gamut of editing, publicity, marketing, social media, writing, graphic and web design, photography, creative direction, brand development, production, and business management. To see a list of publications where I have been featured, please click here.
businesses, brands, nonprofits, organizations
I’ve worked with a variety of publications, businesses, nonprofits, brands, and organizations. Below is a sampling of the places I’ve worked with. For my full CV, please visit my LinkedIn profile, where you can find an up-to-date professional history, volunteer experience, publications list, awards and recognition, and volunteer causes.
featured publications ✎
Selected essay published in A Shadow Map: An Anthology By Survivors of Sexual Assault (Civil Coping Mechanisms 2017), edited by Joanna C. Valente.
“My childhood best friend broke my heart. Years later, she’s the perfect double-date,” The Washington Post.
“Why the Publishing Industry Can’t Get Disability Right,” The Establishment.
“My Dad Taught Me How to Shave My Legs,” Cosmopolitan.
“How ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Helped Me Deal With My Rape,” Teen Vogue.
“I Lost Both My Mom and My Best Friend Unexpectedly,” Seventeen.
“Learning To Love My Purple Sparkly Cane,” Ravishly.
“I had to come out twice — as queer and as disabled,” HelloGiggles.
“Autism On Television Needs More Diverse Representation,” Teen Vogue.
“4 Important Reasons Why Disability Visibility Matters,” Everyday Feminism.
“I Don’t Want to See Photos of Your Kids on Facebook,” Cosmopolitan.
“What it’s like to survive the loss of your mother,” HelloGiggles.
“Why I Changed My Name After I Was Raped,” Marie Claire.
“Why You Need to Start Including Disabled People In Your Health Care Activism,” The Establishment.
“Why are these housing markets so hot? Homeowners and house hunters explain,” The Boston Globe Magazine
“What It Means To Be Highly Empathetic, And Autistic,” The Establishment.
“How Media Prevents Us From Truly Empathizing With Disabled Characters,” The Establishment.
“This is What It’s Like to Come Out Online — In 7th Grade,” Luna Luna Magazine.
“My Mom’s Rape Destroyed Her, but She Inspired Me to Survive My Own,” Cosmopolitan.
“What Jessica Jones Means for a Queer Rape Survivor,” AfterEllen.
“How Do We Make Publishing More Inclusive?” Bookbuilders of Boston, sponsored by Beacon Press, October 2016
“Building a Brand,” Graduate Students for Publishing, October 2016
Notable Alumni Speaker, Westfield State University Spring Gathering, April 2016
“Social Justice Community Work in Writing Centers,” Northeast Writing Centers Association Conference 2014
“LGBTQIA+ Themes in Young Adult Literature,” Western MA High School Gay Straight Alliance 2013
Here are links to samples of my social media work for brands and publications. I’m happy to share more information upon request.
As part of the Her Campus team, I worked alongside several other people compiling a gift guide for Mother’s Day 2016, which was sponsored by Vera Bradley. Not all of the items included were Vera Bradley items, and it was at the discretion of the editorial staff which other items to include.
Here are some samples of pieces I’ve edited and worked with writers on developing. You can click on any of the below to read the full piece. By request, I’m happy to provide samples that show my editorial feedback and process.
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PRODUCTION & WEB DESIGN
Here are examples of print and digital publications for which I have assisted with production or web design.
brand copywriting ✎
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blog posts ✎
press releases and call-to-action letters ✎
I can also type 98 words per minute with 0 average mistakes, which according to my sources, is something to be proud of.
Visit my contact page to get in touch with me.