Money Issue: Back of Book
This package of hilarious, pointed essays was developed for GOOD's Money issue. I consider the collection a triumph of copy-fitting; we had to chop them all nearly in half (without disrupting the tone or logic) per a last-second shift with the book's final design.
Role: Assigning Editor
Live links: Forget Leaning In, It's Time For Women To Push Back, Welcome to Swiftopia, Why Publicly Shaming Your Boss Is Actually A Great Career Move, Harry Potter and the Curse of the Student Loans
Don't Let Trump Fool You. The Paris Agreement Endures
Why Is The ACLU Defending Nazis and The 'Alt-Right'?
The first draft took the ACLU to task for taking on Milo Yiannapoulos as a client. Then — after Charlottesville — we pivoted into a broader examination of free speech that suppresses the safety of others. The author held her own against big names like Glenn Greenwald, who published a splashy, diametrically opposed defense of the ACLU, and was invited to discuss her position on the BBC.
The World's Fifth-Most Hated Company Has A Soft Side
A Letter To My Younger Self
Though we were constrained by the demands of our client (GAP emphasized positivity and good vibes above all else), this series of letters from fierce professional women to their younger selves is smart, powerful, and inspiring, featuring art from feminist illustrator Tuesday Bassen, who also designed an infographic devoted to girl power.
Roles: Assigning Editor, Art Director
Links: Dear 17-Year-Old Me: To Win at Life, You’ve Got to Get Messy, Dear 13-Year-Old Me: You Are Your Own Superhero, Dear 10-Year-Old Me: The Stars Will Lead You to Your True Path