I'm a tech-savvy writer who regularly contributes to The Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor Passcode, JSTOR Daily and the Harvard Business Review. I write timely, engaging stories that draw on my expertise as a tech researcher and data analyst -- and my experience as a mother -- to cover topics like how businesses can tap customer data, why kids' screen time is a feminist issue, and how to reduce the burden of email. I'm brimming with story ideas, so editors turn to me for original approaches to a variety of subjects, written in a range of voices and formats, from narrative and humorous to scholarly and analytical. I'm up for a wide range of assignments, and write most frequently about technology, business, data and parenting. I also take on content marketing projects like corporate blogging gigs and major data-driven reports. Both my media stories and corporate work drive significant media attention and conversation -- and thanks to my social media expertise, plenty of sharing.
Family, Children & Teenagers
Newspaper - National
Marketing (in-house) - Fortune 1000 corp. clients