Communications Experience -- Public Relations & Marketing. Clients include: The Open Door, Marty Riskin Cartoonist, Geri Costanza Massage, The Landing Restaurant, Brigham & Women’s Hospital - Lupus Research Center, Acorn Gallery, Marblehead Community Housing Corporation, Colette Phillips Communications, Jack Morton Worldwide, Opus Communications, Multimedia Resources, United Way, Health Quarters, Nauticals of Marblehead, Marblehead Eco-Farm, Outbound Traveler, Surveillance Specialties, Ltd.

Online Marketing & Public Relations Writer & Editor for -- online reseller of music software, hardware and recording gear -- staff communications person for five years creating online content, Constant Contact email blasts, and marketing outreach.

Beat Reporter for The Hudson Dispatch, -- daily newspaper in New Jersey; Staff Writer for The Hoboken Reporter -- weekly newspaper.; Investigative Writer for The Providence Eagle -- weekly newspaper in Rhode Island.Living Editor for the Marblehead & Swampscott Reporters, weekly newspapers at the Community Newspaper Corporation.

News writing includes national magazines and newspapers: Boston Business Journal, Boston Phoenix, High Times Magazine, Fodor's New York Travel Guides, Gale Research, Inc., U.S. Foreign Agriculture, Hudson Valley Magazine, Ulster Magazine, Duchess Magazine, Times Herald Record, Jewish Advocate, Newport This Week, The Providence Eagle, Outbound Traveler, The Aquarian Weekly, Marblehead & Swampscott Reporters, The Independent.

Grant Research for the Beatles documentary, I Wanna Be Your Fan produced by Beatles historian Erik Taros. The documentary shared personal recollections of fans, musicians, managers, and concert promoters involved in the Beatles performance at Suffolk Downs racetrack on August 18, 1966. The documentary depicts the stories of the people's lives that were changed by the events of that night -- integrating rare original footage of the Suffolk Downs concert -- 16mm, 8mm and still photos of the Fab Four-- with the interviews.

Financial Writer for Standard & Poor's Financial Communications in Boston — creating editorial content for clients in the financial service industry — Fleet Bank, Fidelity, Pioneer, American United Life, Union Bank of California, and Wells Fargo - 401k newsletters, marketing collateral, enrollment kits, retirement booklets, and PowerPoint presentations.

Co-wrote film script -- Do Not Go Gentle -- story of Vietnam Veteran Paul Reutershan, the original litigant in the Agent Orange class-action lawsuit.Do Not Go Gentleem> focuses on Paul's mission to inform the country about the devastating effects of Agent Orange. Paul initiated the class-action lawsuit that involved over 250,000 veterans and 50,000 disabled children against the manufacturers of Agent Orange. The historic lawsuit was settled in 1984 for $180 million dollars - five years after Paul's death at age 28.

Trained with monologist Spalding Gray -- currently travels to coffee shops and book shops sharing her monologue readings from her collection of short stories -- Tough Karma, Blue Collar Jew.