121 Meditation journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Meditation media list of 121 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Meditation reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
In addition to my full-time job as an editor, I enjoy writing reviews of books and films, coaching writers, especially younger ones or those for whom English is a second or third language, and helping job applicants with résumés and bios. My areas of special interest include the arts; medicine and the sciences; Asia; literature; and human neuropsychological development.
I'm a writer and editor based in New York City. As SELF.com's Associate Culture Editor, I spend my days writing feminist essays, hot takes on health care policy, and wellness trend explainers.
Tarah is a freelance writer and recipe developer with a Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education from Hawthorn University. She writes about motherhood, food, and health for numerous online and print publications including SheKnows, POPSUGAR, Paleo Magazine, and her own cookbook, The 4 Weeks to Wellness Cookbook.
Business, science and technology journalist covering venture capital for the Wall Street Journal in San Francisco. Emphasis on biotech, new foods, cannabis, wellness, digital health and life sciences. Experience in daily reporting and writing for online-native publications as well as monthly print magazines and print weekly publications; radio experience including reporting, interviewing and production of short segments and features; live hosting, show production and editing. Alum of UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.
Digital Lifestyle Writer @EveningStandard. Words on health. fitness, wellness & beauty.
Lila MacLellan is a reporter for Quartz at Work, covering leadership, wellness at work, and management topics. Her bylines have appeared in business and lifestyles publications in the U.S. and Canada, including The Atlantic, The Globe and Mail, VanityFair.com, Institutional Investor, Natural Health, Western Living, and Vancouver magazine. Lila has lived and worked in Toronto, Montreal, Sapporo, and Vancouver. She is based in New York.
Tessa Yannone covers health and fitness news in the city as the Wellness Editor at Boston, and is also CSCS-certified strength coach. She's from the great state of Ohio and studied journalism at Indiana University.
Kristina Rodulfo is the Senior Beauty Editor at ELLE.com writing about wellness and beauty. Prior to ELLE, she was an Associate Editor at StyleBistro.com and graduated from NYU's Gallatin School with a concentration in Creative Nonfiction. She finds joy in Beyoncé, Broadway, and being overdressed.
MedicalWatch reporter at CTV Winnipeg. Covering health, wellness, diet, exercise,
Molly is generalist journalist based in New York. She works as a wellness staff writer at Refinery29, writing about health, wellness, fitness, psychology, and beauty. You’ve got to mix it up. She has covered stories about everything from gang crimes to politics to fertility. She's interviewed people such as John Stamos and former U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, but finds some of the most interesting stories come from conversations with everyday people.
Carolyn is a journalist covering all things health and wellness at SELF. She specializes in mental and behavioral health, and is endlessly fascinated with the human mind. Her definition of wellness includes yoga, mindfulness meditation, and being around animals as much as possible. She graduated with a B.A. in Communications/Journalism from Villanova University in 2013.
Michele Henry is a staff reporter on the Star's investigations team. She also writes Life's Q&Ache, a column answering readers' health and wellness questions.
Amanda Woerner is the executive digital editor at Women's Health and a certified personal trainer. She has spent nearly 10 years editing and writing content focused on all things health and wellness. In addition to Women’s Health, her work has appeared in SELF, on Fox News Health, and on Life by DailyBurn.
Jenae is the editorial assistant for Prevention.com, where she regularly covers nutrition, beauty, celebrity workouts, and health trends. Previously, she was an intern at ELLE and CountryLiving.com and a web producer for O, the Oprah Magazine. When she’s not writing about health and wellness, Jenae is either playing video games or reading tweets about The Bachelor.
I'm a freelance writer, editor, and digital media expert based in Toronto, specializing in fashion, beauty, wellness, and home decor content. I’ve written stories for FASHION Magazine, Flare, Best Health, HGTV, and Food Network.
Hi, I’m Yanar and this is my collection of health, beauty, wellness, ethical living, fitness and food inspirations.
Cheryl Wischhover is a contributing reporter at The Goods by Vox. She covers the beauty, fitness, and wellness industries. You can find her work on these topics all over the internet. Before becoming a journalist, she was a pediatric nurse practitioner. She is bad at eye liner but always wears sunscreen.
Julia Naftulin is a health and wellness reporter at INSIDER. She writes INSIDER's sex and relationship column Ask Julia and also reports on women's health, recreational drugs, and bizarre medical conditions.
Ashley Oerman is a senior editor at Cosmopolitan, covering fitness, Wellness, health, and sexual health.
Maria Del Russo is a writer specializing in relationships, wellness, and culture. She writes NSFW(ish), a weekly newsletter about sex and love, in partnership with InStyle, Shape, HelloGiggles, and Health. Maria’s first book, Simple Acts of Love, was published by Simon & Schuster under the imprint Adams Media on July 2, 2019. She is currently working on her second book, which will be an advice-driven collection of essays.
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