I’m an experienced New York City freelancer who has written about everything from the homeless to fashion, weddings to toilet-training, and travel to breast cancer.

My articles have been published widely by top-tier print and online media, including The New York Times, New York Post, USA Today, Travel & Leisure, Reader’s Digest, Prevention and Woman’s Day.

Lately, my focus has been on travel, health care and fitness, specializing in stories about the people, information and issues surrounding breast cancer.

I am skilled at finding hot topics that will attract readers, the best sources to research, and the right people to interview, providing great quotes to illustrate every story.

And I’m fast.

My editors know they can count on me.

As a staff reporter:  I’ve worked for Associated Press, USA Today and The New York Daily News.

As a freelancer writer:  I’ve been published by major media outlets, including The New York Times, USA Weekend, PARADE, Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Family Circle, Parenting, and Travel & Leisure.

As a custom publishing contributor:  I’ve written articles on travel, fitness, health and parenting for media sponsored by Pfizer, Huggies, Nestles, Unilever, Hampton Inns and Publix.

As an editor: I’ve assigned, edited and written numerous articles for MITZVAH, a biannual bar/bat mitzvah guide that I co-created with Manhattan Media (former owners of AVENUE) and Mitzvah Market Magazine (published by Davler).

As an author:  I wrote the parenting resource book, The Expert Parent: Everything You Need to Know from all the Experts in the Know (Pocket Books), and the educational children’s book, Trevor’s Story: Growing Up Biracial (Lerner).

As a speaker:  I have made numerous appearances on national television and radio shows and at parenting groups in the Greater New York City area.