I am a writer, editor, and content strategist working in health communications. With a background in working at academic health centers, my goal is to help break down the complexity of population health topics for a general audience, working to bring out an underlying story or set of ideas. With training in journalism and a past career as a reporter, I adhere to the highest editorial quality. Check out my health writing.
I also write about traveling, focusing on imparting stories and tips for those who face small challenges while traveling, such as going solo, sticking to a budget, and trying to speak French in France.
Other random projects include Facts from Dad, a blog of my dad’s quotes and quirks and Hot Topics, a public access comedy talk show my friend Keith Bethea and I hosted on Manhattan's public access channel Manhattan Neighborhood Network. In 2009, I had an education reporting fellowship covering charter schools, and from 2009-2010 I worked as a reporter for Law360.
All photos on this site are taken by Elaine Meyer unless otherwise indicated.