I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on unceded and unsurrendered Mi’kmaw territory, with my partner and our two kids. There are also three cats who deign to live with us. I use she/her pronouns.

I was an Acquisitions and Development Editor with a small, social justice-focused academic press for eleven years, where I was responsible for the acquisition, management, and development editing of a number of manuscripts. I was also responsible for the writing of promotional materials, and have prepared many successful grant applications.

During this time, I have also worked as a freelance editor, copy editor, and proofreader.

Before I began working as an editor, I spent nine years employed as a contract researcher. Working within a variety of disciplines—anthropology, medicine, nursing, social work, and law—I engaged in both qualitative and quantitative research. I conducted interviews and focus groups, developed and administered surveys, coded and analyzed data, managed and mentored research assistants, provided literature reviews, and wrote final reports.

I’ve also done a couple of small writing projects. You can see them here. And you can also listen to me pontificating about the politics of motherhood here and here.

I have BAs in Anthropology and Religious Studies, MAs in Religious Studies and Globalization Studies, and I have taken a selection of editing courses in Ryerson University’s Publishing Program.