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Wellesley College

B.A., English


Career Path

Interview Highlights

Best Career Advice

“It’s a small world. So the more people you are able to meet and make a connection with the more likely it is that somebody will remember you and be able to send your resume on if there’s a job opening.”

Career Challenge

“The hardest parts were just trying to trust my own enthusiasm and confidence in books that I wanted to buy and acquire. And you have to fight for your own support. My job is to acquire books, but also I’ve been doing this now for seven years, which is not a short amount of time. I’m only 29, so it’s not like I’ve had a lot of years to be doing this, but I’ve done it for long enough that I’m not totally clueless. But a lot of people at my company have been at the company for 30 or 40 years. So in comparison, I think sometimes the younger editors are seen as total babies that just aren’t really taken as seriously.”



Publishing, Editing, Copy Editing, Proofreading, Social Media, Feature Articles, Facebook, Adobe Acrobat

Professional Interests

Simon & Schuster, St. Martin’s Press, Columbia University – Graduate School of Journalism, WIN.NYC (Women’s Information Network, NYC), Wellesley College

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