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I write about the intersection of health, technology, and science, focusing on its effect on individuals, communities, and society.

I craft in-depth features about visionary individuals who transcend traditional boundaries by taking groundbreaking, interdisciplinary approaches to our world's most significant challenges. I also write about topics close to my heart, such as how AI and language models (LLMs) (Oncology Express) are revolutionizing industries and improving lives (Forbes), the impact of reducing food waste and clothing Washington Post, how streamlining clinical trials saves lives  (Atlassian) and on health equity and the need for accessible, inclusive healthcare solutions  (TIME Magazine).

As a contributing writer and editor for Forbes 30 Under 30, I work closely with young entrepreneurs, covering their innovative technologies and their impact on society. By highlighting the work of these trailblazers, I aim to showcase how the intersection of technology, creativity, and social responsibility can drive positive change. Experiences like the Heidelberg Laureate Forum and Lindau Laureate meetings inform my writing, as they offer an opportunity to straddle different ecosystems—academia, industry, and science. These perspectives allow me to delve deeper into the complexities and potential of emerging technologies and their impact on society.


After reporting on immersive spaces providing respite for front-line healthcare workers for Neo.Life and WIRED, I was a COVID Inequality Fellow for MIT Technology Review. My subsequent feature, "A Hero Behind the VR Headset," about Stanford neuroscientist Dr. Walter Greenleaf, was nominated for a Front Page Award, recognizing journalistic achievement by female journalists. This collaboration led to my role as an editor and contributing writer for "Applied Virtual Reality in Healthcare: Case Studies and Perspectives," a widely-used textbook. And the best part--helping 66 research scientists and technologists make their writing more accessible. You can read my introduction to the book here.

In addition to my writing, I am a frequent speaker and moderator, focusing on companies leveraging AI for good, female founders, and tomorrow's unicorns. I delve into how these founders built sustainable and scalable companies, sharing insights and lessons learned from their journeys.


I wrote a feature for Input Magazine about Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan, a British roboticist with ALS who sacrificed his voice box and employed cutting-edge technology to extend his life. "The World's First Cyborg" explored living with a fully functioning mind trapped in a failing body. The story was retweeted over 100,000 times, trended on major news feeds, featured on Longreads, and spotlighted by the Hollywood journal, The Optionist to option. Today, I sit on the Board of Directors of The Scott-Morgan Foundation, where I champion assistive tech for people with disabilities. 


In the tech world, I'm known for my role in the formation of XOOM (XMCM), the world's seventh-most popular site in 1999, which merged with NBC after a successful IPO. After leading startups and managing a global hedge fund, I made a major pivot, fusing my broad expertise with a passion for compelling storytelling. I earned a Written Arts degree from Bard and an MFA in Creative Non-fiction from The New School.


Having lived all over the world, my insatiable love for food, seaside, and sailing fuels my cooking, writing, and next adventure. Mostly, I’m driven by a desire to lift up marginalized voices and shine a light on extraordinary individuals. As Margaret Weis writes, "Like a drop in the vast ocean, each of us causes ripples as we move through our lives." With my words, I aim to illuminate the transformative power of technology and the human spirit.

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