Over the past two decades, I’ve led communications for organizations of all sizes, from a health care network with 16,000 employees to growing nonprofits and schools.
As a journalist and writer, I’ve published hundreds of stories in print and online.
I earned a master’s degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida, a bachelor’s in business and writing from the University of Florida, and have worked as a journalist, writer and editor since 1998.
As a correspondent for the Tampa Bay Times, I received a national journalism award for religion writing in the secular media. I love interviewing people who had hit “rock bottom,” and then go on to re-create their lives.
In 2015, I founded the nonprofit, quarterly publication called Nishei, which spotlights art and writing from growth-oriented Jewish women around the world.
I’m passionate about using my God-given talents and passions to help others share their stories.
Read some of my writing here. And let’s talk about your goals to see if it may be a good fit.