Canadian-born (and globally-raised), I've spent many years living in far-off destinations. I've called Vienna, Austria and Lusaka, Zambia, where I worked with two leading organizations advocating for the rights of women & girls, “home”, as well as New York City, whereI helped spearhead the US launch of the world’s most ‘socially relevant’ fragrance line.
A perennial passion for culture, human rights, fashion and the written word led me to establish 'The Cultural Curator' blog.
I've had my writing featured in Bust, Faze and Photographers without Borders magazines, and in various online publications, and have engaged audiences internationally on the subject of young leadership.
In 2012, I earned a Masters Degree in International Communications and Development from City, University of London.
I'm currently working on a project close to my heart: creating a global ‘archive’ of women leaders (aka: “Nasty Women”) worldwide.
Cross-Cultural Communications, Women's Rights, Writing/Reporting and Editing, Alternative Media & Marketing