I am a writer with a passion for personal narratives, creative nonfiction, and poetry. I am a mother, a journalist, an experience-enthusiast, and an advocate for anyone whose voice has been silenced.
WHAT I'VE DONE
My work has been featured in many magazines and other print and digital spaces, such as Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Entropy Magazine, TulipTree Review, and the International Human Rights Arts Festival. I was a finalist for the 2019 Conger J. Beasley Jr. Award for Nonfiction. My first book, More Than a Diagnosis, was published in August 2020. All the proceeds benefit The Brain Possible, a foundation that supports children who are differently-abled and their families.
WHAT I DO
I am an author, editor, book coach, and ghostwriter pursuing my life's work: helping bring authentic stories to life, and sharing more of my own through words.
Long-form, investigative, and feature journalism.
Tiny Satellites, Big Impact: NASA’s Next-gen Approach to Studying Earth’s Climate
More Accurate Testing Methods for Marijuana Edibles
Metate: Cabo’s Best Kept Secret Until Now
Stories of Hope: Sammy’s Journey With Cerebral Palsy
Orphan drugs: Rare Diseases, Rare Funding.
Stories of Hope: Gabe's Journey With Autism & ADHD
Personal stories, delivered in prose.
Femininity and Pleasure: Observations on Wingfire
Unlucky 13: Ordinary Lasts in the Time of COVID
Apathy, Empathy, Motherhood
Better in Color
Longing: A Homecoming
Emotions and experiences, distilled.
Loneliness, In Birds
This is a love poem.
When the Medication Starts to Work.
BLOGS & CORPORATE WORK
Brand storytelling doesn't have to be boring.
Moon Dust: Labconco in the News
Why You Need to be Doing Remarketing and Retargeting—Now
Infographic: How to Select the Right CA Fuming Chamber
Connecting the World of Science, One Equipment Donation at a Time
Whiskey Barrel Chocolate: A Case Study in Flavor
Lifestyle “Puff” Portfolio: WeeklySauce