Who I Am

I’m a California-born wordsmith working remotely and worldwide. Most people know and praise me as a writer, though I primarily consider myself an editor and strategist.

Using experience and expertise from a career in journalism and corporate communications at Fortune 100 companies in the U.S. and Europe, I had the opportunity in 2007 to take freelance assignments I feel passionate about and create projects that solve problems.

Since then I’ve combined editorial skills with technology to design and build custom e-commerce stores, contribute commentary to The Guardian, demystify Greek bureaucracy to enable the dreams of others at my website, consult on best-selling books from Rodale and HarperCollins, and write a travel guide.

I now manage documentation for 150+ products at Automattic, the U.S. tech company responsible for WordPress, which is a CMS used to build 29% of all websites; and WooCommerce, an e-commerce platform that powers 39% of all online stores.

At conferences in Europe and the United States, I give documentation workshops and speak publicly on remote work, nomadic travel and productivity with the intention of sharing knowledge and raising visibility for women and people of color in tech.

In my free time, I share stuff on Twitter and Instagram, and support worthy causes to honor where I’m from and the people who shaped me.