United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 926 United States journalists listed.

Natalia Lusinski

Writer & Editor: Lifestyle (Travel, Wellness, Dating, Personal Finance/Careers, & Personal Essay)

Hello! Below, you'll find a small sampling of my work, organized by category. I’m a writer and editor specializing in travel, wellness, personal finance, dating, personal essay, and lifestyle topics. WRITING: I freelance regularly for various outlets, such as Business Insider, and worked for Bustle for almost five years, until November 2019. Since October 2021, I have been a wellness writer for The Zoe Report, covering topics such as mental health, health, relationships, and travel. Sometimes, I interview celebrities about their wellness routines, too, including Kate Hudson, Mandy Moore, and Mayim Bialik. Some of my work highlights include: —Both of these Business Insider pieces have received more than 1.1 million views: “12 clever ways to save money every day, according to financial experts” & “7 signs someone is in love with you — even if it doesn’t seem like it” —My Business Insider article, “I’ve flown at least once a month for the last year — here are 17 things I never travel without,” has received about 550,000 views. —In May 2019, Arianna Huffington shared one of my Business Insider articles on LinkedIn about how I deleted 45 apps from my phone. —In May 2019, Amtrak shared one of my Bustle pieces on Facebook about how taking Amtrak keeps me connected to my deceased grandmother. —In January 2018, the TODAY show referenced my Bustle article, “The Best Conversation Starters To Use On Dating Apps In 2018, According To An Expert,” on the air. My writing has also appeared in places such as Forbes, Yahoo, MSN, INSIDER, Inc., Thrive Global, Insight Timer, Grow (Acorns + CNBC), Lonely Planet, Culture Trip, The Independent, Betterment, Health, xoJane, Marie Claire UK, Scary Mommy, Elite Daily, The Daily Dot, Purple Clover, HelloGiggles, Mic, Simplemost, LearnVest, Financial Review, Pillar (student loan app acquired by Acorns), and the SFGATE, L.A. Times, and Chicago Tribune's RedEye. I’ve had feel-good nonfiction stories published in several Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies, too. EDITING: Editing-wise, I freelance and help people shape their personal essays, which have gotten into publications like Salon and Cosmo. And since August 2020, I've worked as the Associate Editor of HighlySensitiveRefuge.com and IntrovertDear.com. In that time, I've edited more than 1,000 personal essays and listicles on all kinds of topics, from relationships to self-development. I also created a roster of 50+ contributing writers and manage them — take their pitches, assign pieces and help structure them, do developmental and line editing, and track deadlines. I help manage the editorial calendar and ready posts for both search and social optimization, too, and prep headlines and source images. In addition, I work as the Submissions Editor and select pieces for publication from freelance writers, as well as ongoing ones. I then help them finesse their pieces so they're the best they can be! : ) KEEP IN TOUCH: You can contact me at [email protected] regarding work-related topics — or just to say hi. : ) P.S. As an on-again/off-again digital nomad, I sometimes blog about my travels at NomadicNatalia.com, too (see link below). See you online — or on the road!

Laura Rebecca

Snarky. Serious. Sincere. So what?

Laura Rebecca is a writer, editor, teacher, and tattooed yoga nerd from NY who currently lives on the West Coast. She obsessively makes art, drinks tea, dreams about Paris, and writes about education, fitness, technology, health, and culture. Sign up for my very occasional newsletter below.

Christiana Roussel

Food, Travel, and Lifestyle Writer

A voracious learner with endless curiosity, I am always on the hunt for a good story. I place value on meeting new people and hearing their stories or discovering something new about a place we all thought we knew. If the subject is food or travel or maybe even an upland adventure, count me in. I'll take these experiences and retell them in engaging and compelling ways, to a broader audience. I also do private content production for brands I admire. I enjoy the challenge of distilling a message into an easily accessible tag line or product description. References available upon request. [email protected]


Amanda Gonzalez

Creative Writer and Copywriter

Based in Miami, FL, Amanda Gonzalez is a Content Writer and storyteller with a passion for raising awareness of important issues and using her writing skills to enforce a positive image of her clients and partners. With an extensive background in copywriting, community outreach, and public relations, Amanda has over 8 years of experience in assembling written materials geared towards building brand awareness and maintaining client/consumer relations. In addition, Amanda specializes in marketing, editing, internal and external communications, and strategic planning. Currently, Amanda is working as a Marketing and Communications Writer for the local government of Miami-Dade County where she assembles written articles to convey important messages to the public and media personnel, and creates written copy for social media and web platforms geared towards sharing latest happenings and initiatives occurring across South Florida with community members. Whether large or small scale, Amanda is enthusiastic and passionate about using creative writing to share impactful stories with readers, and supporting the goals and initiatives of all clients and partners who use her services. Contact: [email protected]


Tori Waschek

Sports Journalist

As a sports reporter for my college newspaper, The Ramapo News, I won first place in sports writing from the 2022 New Jersey Press Foundation College News Competition for my article, “Not all injuries are visible: Mental health and college athletes.” This article focused on the silent struggles of student-athlete mental health, and was important since the college athletics community was, and still is, facing a silent epidemic after five NCAA female athletes died by suicide last spring. My other article that placed first was "Women's basketball team falls late in hard-fought battle against Kean." In 2023, I was awarded second place in the New Jersey Press Foundation College News Competition for my follow-up article, "Mental health still an issue for college athletes" and my article on men's college basketball, "Kansas comes out on top after historic championship game." In addition, I was awarded the North Jersey Media Group Scholarship for the 22/23 academic year. As well as being a presenter at the 2023 New Jersey Communication Conference and Ramapo College's Scholar Day, speaking about my paper that focuses on improving college athlete's mental health. I also gained experience as a sports reporter while interning at The Coast Star Newspaper in Manasquan, New Jersey. I covered summer basketball games, a start-up youth saltwater fishing club and researched the rise in the use of electric bikes. My classes at Ramapo, including sports copy editing, digital sports production, and advanced sports reporting, also trained me to write and produce sports packages for print, broadcast and digital news outlets.


Alison Weiss

Writer/Editor/Content Developer/Strategist

Behind every technology or product, there’s a compelling story. The key is to strategize and create the right content at the right time to delight customers, build brand identity, and increase market share. I tell the stories that attract audiences and help my clients grow their businesses.


Lisa Lute

Freelance Writing/Curriculum and Instruction/Instructional Design

I am currently working as an instructional designer for Daytona State College. Before that, I was an English/Fine Arts teacher for close to twenty years. I am very interested in writing curriculum and instructional design. One of my favorite things I have done as an educator is course building in an LMS. I have experience in Moodle, Canvas and D2L. I have developed online courses for English 1-4, film, speech, journalism, and creative writing. My creative writing Canvas courses are used at two schools in my district. I currently serve as our department specialist for H5P which is a web-based tool that allows users to create interactive activities for online classes. I have worked as a reporter for two newspapers, and I have also worked as an editor for a number of trade organization newsletters. I have strong writing and layout skills.



Strategic Marketing, Copy, Content

The Reviews Are In! "Erica is sharp, witty and always makes her deadlines. What more can you want?" –Bruce Fretts, former Senior Editor at Entertainment Weekly "Erica is a true copywriter. Her knack for words is unparalleled. She has an innate sensibility of knowing how to create captivating copy and she works fast. Her sense of humor and amazing ability to adapt to all types of environments makes her such an asset. I enjoyed working with Erica tremendously [at Quantified Media] and look forward to working with her again soon." –Suresh Seneviratne, Sr. Social Media Manager at Amazon Glow "Erica has a fun yet very precise way of writing great and engaging copy. She is our Head of Copy in our Social Media team and acts as the main editor of our creatives ensuring that everything is ready for publishing. Works well in a team and collaborates, motivates the team to drive progress and brings up her concerns whilst executing at the same time. As the final review on the assets that are already created, she gives good guidance on corrections and corrects most of the visuals and written content herself." –Bernardus Smith, CEO at SaltyLama

Jenna Gray


Jenna Gray is a writer who splits her time between Brooklyn, NY and Philadelphia, PA. She graduated from Harvard College with a concentration in Sociology and secondary in Studies of Women, Gender, & Sexuality. Her coursework also included extensive creative writing, including Writing the Personal Essay with Michael Pollan; Writing the TV Pilot; Short Stories in Gender Studies; Playwriting with Philip Howze; and Cultural Criticism with Teju Cole. She also studied Travel Writing at DIS Copenhagen, Screenwriting at the University of Pennsylvania, and Sketch Writing at Philly Improv Theater. Currently, she works at Paramount as an Editorial Assistant, covering company news, writing corporate ads, brainstorming campaign ideas, and more.


Nora O'Donnell

Deputy Editor at The Red Bulletin

I love telling stories about topics that enhance life—entertainment, food, travel, science—and I live for connecting with thinkers and game changers to bring their ideas to a larger audience. This portfolio offers a glimpse of some of my writing and editing samples. Currently at The Red Bulletin. Formerly a senior editor at Playboy and Chicago magazine and journalism teacher at Columbia College and Northwestern University.