I’m passionate about words, Oxford commas, and creating content that people love to consume.  From writing to editing to strategizing, my goal is to spread exciting ideas and meaningful information like wildfire in a crowded digital forest. How we get information might be changing, but words — and how we use them — are as important as ever.

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I’m a freelance editorial consultant based in Seattle. My services include:

website content strategy | campaign copywriting | content marketing | editing | article writing | social media posts | email newsletters | and more…


I’ve worked with clients big and small (from corporations to startups to authors) across a variety of industries (tech, media, retail). My clients include:

Microsoft | Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center | Getty Images | Entrepreneur.com | Momento360 | Indie.Biz | Antonio Neves | Inaya | and others…


Before venturing out on my own, I was a long-term contractor for MSN.com in Seattle. I started as a writer and producer at MSN City Guides, where I wrote articles, analyzed headline performance, and managed content partnerships with Slate and The Root. I went on to become the editorial strategist for MSN Business on Main, a sponsored small-business channel, where I managed story assignments, a team of writers, client relationships, and content partnerships with WSJ and Entrepreneur.

Once upon a time, I was an assistant editor at Oxford University Press’s Higher Education Group in New York, working on textbooks for journalism, communications, political science, and gender studies.

I have bachelor’s degrees (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Tau Alpha) in English and Journalism & Mass Communication from New York University. I also received a master’s degree in South Asian Studies from the Henry M. Jackson School of Internation Studies at the University of Washington.

I’m a Jersey girl by birth, but these days, I live in Seattle with my husband, our twin boys, and our overstuffed bookshelves.