Kaitlyn Wells is a magazine writer and editor, with a specialization in health, lifestyle and technology reporting. She writes about technology and lifestyle news for ConsumerReports.org—the blog of Consumer Reports magazine—and is an editorial intern at Nautilus, a new literary science magazine.
She has a master’s degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Her work has appeared on websites, including ABCnews.com, StarringNYC.com and TheUptowner.org, and in Consumer Reports, ShopSmart, Nautilus and Urban Home magazines. Her commentary on drug prevention education and intervention has appeared in the Houston Chronicle, The Bay Area Citizen and The Daily News. She is also a published author, with her work appearing in Forty Acres of Fun, a book highlighting the history of student life at The University of Texas at Austin.
As an seven-year veteran in web design and an expert in social media branding, she moonlights as a consultant for nonprofits and entrepreneurs looking to set themselves apart from their professional peers. Her most recent project includes a book launch for a self-published fiction writer.
In her downtime, Kaitlyn enjoys baking red velvet cupcakes and chocolate soufflés when she’s not exploring the greatest industrialized island on earth.
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