The Canadian Women's Foundation

SHE magazine , fall 2015

SHE magazine, fall 2015

Since April 2015, I have worked as Senior Writer at The Canadian Women's Foundation, which funds community programs across Canada that help women and girls to move out of violence, out of poverty, and into confidence and leadership.

In this role, my writing and communications skills are focused on showing the need for and impact of the Foundation's work.

Major projects:

I recently oversaw the redesign of the Foundation's website, which involved restructuring and re-writing content to align with strategic goals.

I have also worked on the Foundation's annual reports and bi-annual magazine, SHE (see right). This entailed developing the theme and editorial lineup, writing impact stories, in-depth articles, and coordinating the development of infographics, illustrations and photography. 

SHE magazine , spring 2016

SHE magazine, spring 2016

My role at the Foundation has also involved:

  • Website content and SEO strategy

  • Writing speeches for the CEO

  • Annual report

  • Messaging documents

  • Blog posts

  • Evaluation report summaries

  • Video strategy

Ryerson University

Lab instructor for Introduction to Digital Journalism Lab, a course that covers breaking news and interactive storytelling tools, in winter term 2015.

University of King's College

Sessional instructor for Print Reporting, a graduate journalism course covering
CP style, copy editing, interviewing and reporting skills, in fall 2012 and 2013.




Montreal Gazette 

While working at the Montreal Gazette – Montreal's daily English newspaper – as a copy editor from 2001 to 2012, I wrote freelance articles for sections including news, business and weekend life.
This is a selection:

I Spy Montréal


Stresslimit Design


Developed blog strategy, content and editorial calendars for Stresslimit Design clients, including Meylah and, from 2007 to 2009.

The Chronicle


Reporter and assistant editor at The Chronicle, a weekly newspaper covering Montreal's West Island from 2000 to 2001.
Awarded Best News Story by Quebec Community Newspapers Association in 2001.