As the Co-Founder and Founding Editor of Unearth Women, I have defined the editorial voice of both the print magazine and digital publication. Combining travel stories with in-depth reporting, I work closely with freelance journalists to shine a light on women's stories around the globe. Up until late 2019, Unearth Women's print publication was an internationally sold magazine available in over 800 Barnes & Noble stores across the USA. Today, the magazine is independently sold via Unearth Women's digital site.
As the previous Travel Editor for The Infatuation, I had the honor of working to both define and build out new travel content for the site. I managed the travel team, a pool of international freelancers, and worked on curating restaurant guides to cities around the globe. Unfortuntately, my time at The Infatuation was cut short due to layoffs during the Coronavirus pandemic.
As Places Editor for Atlas Obscura, I managed the Places editorial team and a pool of contributing freelancers. My responsibilities included managing the editorial team, the editorial monthly calendar and budget, editing and assigning stories to a pool of freelancers, and working closely with the sales team on branded content.
I was a member of the original editorial team in NYC that helped build the Culture Trip company and secure an 80 million dollar round in Series B funding. As Travel Editor, I oversaw US editorial operations for the travel genre of Culture Trip. My work consisted of editing content from a pool of staff writers based in 40 cities globally. In addition, I worked to co-produce and host the original video series, Hungerlust, which ran multiple episodes that explored the diverse culinary scene of NYC.
The Pin the Map Project is a travel blog I founded back in 2012 in an effort to grow my writing portfolio and editorial experience. As founder of The Pin the Map Project, I oversaw content, website development, social media promotion, and editing of freelance submitted stories.