I’m an award-winning
1 Executive Editor and Content Strategist with over 20 years experience building teams, launching products, and publishing art, culture, and travel content for brands like Fodor’s, AFAR, Sotheby’s, and Christie’s. 2
I’m also a founding member of
Chief and believe in supporting women leaders. Through my boutique consulting agency, I’ve partnered with female founders to help launch innovative brands, including SoloTrvlr, Digital Party, Soleil Entertainment, and Cruz & Pepita.
In a former life, I was a weekly columnist for the
Montreal Gazette 3 and co-authored five Rough Guides 4. Since then, I’ve had bylines in and The New York Times and talked travel New York Magazine 5 with the hosts of , CBS This Morning , The Today Show CNN, Fox, and NPR.
Finally, as a French-speaking Canadian
6 who later became an American citizen, 7 I’m passionate about immigration, access to education, and voting rights. My volunteer work includes Citizenship Now!, 8 HELP, 9 Minds Matter, and the NY Board of Elections. 10
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Webby awards for the Fodor’s website and apps; a Folio award for AFAR’s newsletter; and Lowell Thomas awards for Fodor’s Brooklyn Guide and Travel Tech Column. I’ve also worked with
The Winter Show, Indagare, US Park Pass, Travelocity, Travel & Leisure, and ShermansTravel. From 1999–2002, I covered
Montréal, Canada, Boston, New England, and The Caribbean with a reporter’s notebook and carry-on bag. One Sunday I woke up to discover that William Safire had
cited one of my columns as the first use of the term “my coordinates” in his On Language column. My parents were thrilled. Check out my travel
Black Book for recommendations for each of my favorite cities. I recently upped my French slang by binge-watching
Plan Coeur during Covid lockdowns. My parents were not thrilled.
I help low-income Green Card holders complete their U.S. citizenship applications.
I first visited Haiti following the 2010 earthquake to interview and write profiles of the country’s top university students and have since returned twice to continue the work.
I’m a certified poll worker. It’s a long day, but worth it.