Katherine J. Igoe (she/her)

Freelance Writer & Editor; Contributing Syndications Editor at Marie Claire

United States

My editorial beats are style, lifestyle, and parenting, but I take assignments across a wide range of topics. I've worked as a contributing editor at Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire and freelance with corporate, academic, and media clients.
Email or message me with freelance work or speaking and mentoring opportunities. I'm Massachusetts-based but available to work anywhere in the U.S.
Bylines: The New York Times, The Cut, Cosmopolitan, InStyle, SELF, Refinery29, Parents, Marie Claire, The Boston Globe, etc.
Email: [email protected]

Portfolio

Editorial Work

InStyle
02/01/2024
23 Outfits to Upgrade Your Evening Style

If you're bored with your style and need some fresh inspiration, or you've got an important event coming up, here's some outfits to emulate immediately.

Bustle
08/14/2021
At 28, Sheryl Crow Was Waiting Tables & Mingling With Music Legends

In Bustle's 28 series, successful women describe what their lives looked like when they were 28—what they wore, where they worked, what stressed them out most, and what, if anything, they' do differently. Sheryl Crow reflects on the time she spent trying to hit it big.

Client Work

Business Insider
03/01/2022
19 Underrated Part-Time Jobs That Pay Well and How to Get Them

Part-time jobs have become popular to bring in extra cash with a low commitment. Accountants, physician assistants, and even programmers are among the highest paid part-time roles—so here's a list of side hustles to try.

Marie Claire x Adobe
01/18/2022
10 Easy Ways to Express Yourself

Visual storytelling is critical for business owners and professionals in all industries. Elevate your content from good to great with the help of these 10 key design and storytelling tactics from Adobe Creative Cloud Express.

JanSport
05/01/2020
4 Ways to Practice Self Care On A Budget

Prioritizing wellbeing doesn't have to mean a trip to an expensive spa or investing in a pricey fitness subscription. There are many other ways to practice self-care.