Welcome to my website! I'm freelance journalist, and PR/marketing writer based in Westford, MA. I am available for media assignments as well as corporate/branded social media content projects.
My articles and columns have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor, Newsweek, HSMAI Marketing Review, Crain Communications, SearchSecurity.com, TechLiving Magazine, ZDNet, CMP Publications, Mass High Tech, TechTarget, and more. I am also a Contributing Editor for Diversity Careers in Engineering & Information Technology.
I tend to write about management, technology (especially tech security and management issues), human-interest stories, and consumer electronics, as well as travel/hospitality and the public relations industry. When covering travel destinations and properties, I try to focus on those that have gone 100% smoke-free. I wish other travel writers would mention the "smoke factor" in their own reviews so nonsmokers (and smokers too) can make better-informed travel choices.
I authored a business feature about pet-friendly hotels for HSMAI Marketing Review (a leading hospitality industry quarterly), while my Los Angeles Times feature looked at nonsmoking vacation destinations and options for those that chose to spend their vacation dollars where they won't be exposed to smoke. This was followed up by an HSMAI Marketing Review feature about how hospitality venues can actually gain a marketing advantage by going smoke-free.
My peer reviewed public relations tutorial appeared in The Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing.
I enjoyed the opportunity to be a guest columnist in a TravelGirl magazine, writing about why weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, and other life events should never be held on holiday weekends.
In recent years, I've covered IT security companies and issues, including articles about current and future computer viruses, industry mergers/acquisitions/consolidation, and electronic document security breaches.
I do not write about politics, religion, or review/cover books.
Please pitch me via email with no attachments. The best time to contact me is between 7 AM and 4 PM eastern time, Monday through Friday. Don't send pitches or releases on weekends – I have a life outside of work.