Suzanne Boothby

Brooklyn, NY USA

Professional Experience

I am a NYC-based writer and content strategist focused on health, food, nutrition, spirituality and eco-conscious stories for blogs, books, news sites and more. From Random House to Mother Jones Magazine, I have worked my way through the magazine and book industries and would love to contribute to your next project. I'm the author of The After Cancer Diet: How to Live Healthier than Ever Before published by Diversion Books and Coming Clean: A Conscious Guide to Food Cleanses published by Evolver. I currently write for Omega Institute's website.


Book Author
5 Years
11 Years
Social Media
4 Years


Environment & Nature
12 Years
12 Years
Home & Garden
7 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
12 Years
Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
2 Years
Online/new media
12 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

10 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs) (10+), (10+), (6-10), Omega Institute (6-10), (6-10), (6-10), Mad Pow Media (3-5), (3-5), Diversion Books (1-2), (3-5), LeanForward Blog (NBC News) (1-2), Sexy Soul Wellness Blog (1-2), Random House (1-2), Yahoo! Health News (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Delicious Health (6-10), Box of Crayons (3-5), Experience Nutrition (3-5), Integrative Nutrition (1-2), K Public Relations (1-2)

Other Work History

intern, City Limits Magazine fact checker, Mother Jones Magazine associate editor, Chicago Life Magazine freelance writer, Organic NZ freelance writer, Seattle Conscious Choice freelance writer, Fullerton Observer freelance writer, Orange County Register managing editor, Water Garden News, Ponds communications director, Integrative Nutrition

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, Mac, PC, Basecamp, CMS, Constant Contact, Google Docs, Kapost





InterContinental hotel unveils new rooftop beehive and serves up local honey to guests.
Tumble your way to a tighter bod with Bill Mulholland's Bridge Acrobatics.


Kerry Monaghan wrote this great review of my book, The After Cancer Diet.
a personal essay about letting go and letting the unexpected take over.

Garden Clips



ghostwritten newsletter article

Press Releases