I’m a freelance journalist, writer and commissioning editor, specialising in finance and women’s rights. But as my journalism tutor once said, a good journalist should be able to turn their hand to anything. So I do.
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My background is in finance and in economics journalism, and I spent 18 months in New York covering the presidential election for The Independent. After returning to London in 2017, I joined The Independent’s award-winning Voices desk and became a commissioning editor. I’ve spoken on and chaired various panels, from women in the exchange traded fund industry and Sex and the City’s 20th anniversary to Justin Trudeau’s politics.
My freelance work includes writing for Refinery29, The Pool, Complex, Lenny Letter and Grazia. On the finance side, I’ve contributed to titles including The Financial Times, Citywire, Financial News and Investment & Pensions Europe.
Two of my essays are in print: one on Sheryl Sandberg’s feminist legacy with Toucan Books (spring 2019) and one on Edith Wharton’s New York with Elwin Street Productions.
Corporate work includes project management, media training, proof reading, editing and writing press releases. Clients include Starling Bank, BlackRock, ETFGI, TrackInsight, New York Life Investments, First Trust and Citywire.