In more than a decade at The Wall Street Journal, Bonds columnist Elizabeth Bernstein has covered education, philanthropy, psychology and religion - all areas in which personal relationships loom large. In her work, she has ranged far and wide, from exposing the backlash against excessive emailing of baby photos to a detailed narrative reconstruction of a matricide. She has received awards from organizations including the New York Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists' Deadline Club, the Education Writers Association and the American Psychoanalytic Association. Now, Elizabeth is using her acquired insights and expertise to explore the manifold aspects of human interactions, whether at home, at work or among friends.
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Louis Hanson is a content writer at PEDESTRIAN.TV. He likes the Sugababes and bin chickens, and dislikes not being in your Myspace top friends.
Experienced writer (and former editor) concentrating on sex & relationships, lifestyle, and entertainment coverage; has worked in both digital and print journalism.
Korin Miller is a freelance writer specializing in general wellness, sexual health and relationships, and lifestyle trends, with work appearing in Menâ€™s Health, Womenâ€™s Health, Self, Glamour, and more. She has a masterâ€™s degree from American University, lives by the beach, and hopes to own a teacup pig and taco truck one day.
Andrew Van Dam covers data and economics. He previously did similar work for the Wall Street Journal, and dissimilar work for the Boston Globe and the Idaho Press-Tribune.
Kelly is a senior news reporter at INSIDER. She joined INSIDER in July 2018 from DailyMail.com, where she covered general and celebrity news, as well as politics. Kelly graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in English and anthropology.
Jamie Ducharme is a TIME staff writer covering health.
Associate editor, @FortuneMagazine, @FortuneMPW, http://broadsheet.fortune.com . Before: @mashable, @HoustonChron, @georgetown.
Award-eligible metro reporter for The Dispatch. In a complicated relationship with the writing of Jonathan Franzen.
According to twitter, Emily Heller is a fake geek girl and a SJW. If you ask her friends, she laughs too loud and cries at cute animal videos. Prior to Mashable, Emily wrote for CollegeHumor and Reductress and most recently worked at a very bro-y tech startup. She lives in Brooklyn with three dudes, a cat who acts like a dog and a dog who acts like a houseplant.
ZoÃ« Schiffer is a journalist based in Berkeley, California. Her work centers on the tech industry, with a focus on privacy and surveillance. After graduating from UC Berkeley in 2014, she worked as a writer for companies like Uber and IDEO, and contributed to The Huffington Post. Most recently, she worked at the East Bayâ€™s independent news site, Berkeleyside.
Christine writes about books for Literary Hub, VICE, and the Ploughshares blog. She occasionally writes about other topics, because someone once told her (although it seemed implausible) that thereâ€™s life outside of books.
Nicole Karlis is a news writer at Salon whose writing has appeared in Marie Claire, the New York Times, The Bold Italic, and other publications. She covers health, science, tech and gender politics.
Natalia is a dating and relationships, personal finance, travel, and lifestyle writer. Her byline can be found in several publications, from Bustle and Elite Daily to Yahoo and Forbes, among others.
Alexandra is a Georgia-bred, New York-based writer and audio reporter. A Columbia Journalism School and Dartmouth College graduate, Alexandra covers health, science, sports, and everything in between. Alexandra worked for Sanjay Gupta at CNN Health & Climate before joining Inverse.
Arti Patel is an award-winning reporter and editor with a focus on health, womenâ€™s issues, relationships, and awareness around racism and gender equality. Getting her foot in the door at the Huffington Post Canadaâ€™s Toronto office, she started as in intern and worked as an editor in the lifestyle department for almost six years.
Beth McColl is a London-based freelance writer, advice columnist, and author, writing about mental health, sex, relationships, dating, and culture. Her first book, â€œHow to Come Alive Again,â€ will be released in April 2019.
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