In real life, I'm a recent grad of Emory University in Atlanta, with a BA in Anthropology. During my time at school, I conducted research on how Facebook is used during the mourning process by American young adults. You can read about it here. I spent spring of 2012 living in Dakar, Senegal. I currently work in tech support.
On the internet, I was the social media manager for HackCollege until January 2012. In addition to HackCollege, I have been published on xoJane, in the Target back-to-school catalog, and on Lifehacker. I play the banjo, albeit poorly.
When not at work, I enjoy taking improv classes, sewing, and blogging. I'm available for freelance work, and particularly enjoy covering the intersection of feminism and technology. I'm a hit at parties.
- No, I Don't Plan to Be Murdered While Studying Abroad (xoJane)
- Create a Fun List to Readjust Your Persepctive (HackCollege)
- Three Ways to Overcome the Midsemester Blerghs (HackCollege)
- A Little Blog Goes a Long Way (Target Back-to-College Catalog)
- Build an RA Relationship for an Easier School Year (Lifehacker)
- Leading Through Action (Or, Not Everything is for Your Resume) (HackCo