For more than fifteen years, I have worked as a writer and editor, designed adult learning programs and consulted with clients on content management, marketing strategy, business analysis and project management. Along the way, I helped build a $2 million business unit from scratch.
I graduated with honors from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey with a BA in English and Communication. I also have a certificate in Executive Leadership from Cornell University. While I still enjoy consulting with clients, today I am forging my way as a creative writer. I am an MFA candidate in creative nonfiction at Antioch University Los Angeles.
In addition to my freelance writing, I write fiction and creative nonfiction. As a journalist, I have published hundreds of articles in print
and online. My credits include: The Chicago Sun-Times, MSNBC.com, Arizona Star, Daily News of Los Angeles, Detroit Free Press, Medical Tribune, The Dallas Morning News and ZDNet. I have also published essays in Skirt! magazine and Catharsis Journal.
I was born in Panama, spent most of my childhood in New Jersey and have lived most of my adult life in Colorado. I recently moved to Washington, D.C. with my husband and our two dogs. Fortunately, I love travel and exploring new areas.
Currently, I am working on a book-length memoir, When Someday Came, about how I transformed the tragedy of a life-rattling whitewater rafting accident into an opportunity to create a more authentic, fulfilling life.