Kristen is a prolific and detail-oriented writer and ghostwriter with an MLA from Boston University in Culinary Anthropology and a dual BA from Emerson College in Film Studies and Writing, Literature, and Publishing.

A former Faculty Assistant and scholarly editor at Harvard Business School, Kristen specializes in developmental editing and ghostwriting a wide range of business-related content. Kristen’s professional background includes experience as a textbook production editor, a writer and editor for marketing media, a communications leader in the not-for-profit sector, and more than a decade of experience as a freelance ghostwriter and editor.

Her writing background includes web content creation, social media engagement, screenwriting, research and scholarly content, sports writing, and editorial pieces for magazines, newspapers, and academic journals, including Foster’s Daily Democrat, InSite Magazine, and Cuizine: The Journal of Canadian Food Cultures. Her research has ranged from technology and broad cultural studies to ethnographic studies of immigrant populations and communities underserved by food access. As a web writer, Kristen ran a successful blog averaging 10,000 hits per month for five years and is a regular contributor to NESN, a Boston based sports network and flagship station for the Boston Red Sox.

In her current role as Project Manager, Kristen works with our team of editors, writers, designers, and publishing consultants to ensure that our clients acheive their publishing goals.