ichole is a writer specializing in profiles, narratives, and essays, and has contributed to Conde Nast Traveler, Boston Magazine, Health, Psychology Today, and NPR. She was previously a contributing editor and television commentator for Conde Nast Traveler covering current events, travel disasters and scams, and golf and ski resorts. She is also author of the novel The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D. (Crown/Random House).

On the business side, Nichole offers copyediting and content consulting for organizations, serving as chief storyteller for companies in renewable energy, technology, education, politics, medicine, wellness, and more. From marketing and messaging content to case studies and white papers, from blog posts to social media and speeches to email, she's the writer in your pocket you always wished you had. Nichole absorbs your company's culture and Cyrano de Bergeracs it back for you, or works with you to cultivate your own effective style.

She has a master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism with a focus on narrative nonfiction, and lives in metrowest Boston with her family and too many pets. In her free time she and her beehives are fighting the good fight against colony collapse, and running The Hive Lives beeswax candle and honey soap company.