Elizabeth Nolan Brown is currently a blogger for Bustle.com and a freelance journalist and copywriter. She was previously an editor and writer for AARP.org and Defy Media’s Blisstree.com. Her work has appeared in a variety of web and print publications (including AARP the Magazine, HuffPost Healthy Living, Well + Good NYC, PANK, Columbus Monthly and The San Francisco Chronicle), on themes ranging from health, nutrition and wellness to art, music and digital culture. She also has substantial experience covering feminist, gender and generational issues.
As a daily news blogger for AARP, her continuous coverage of Alzheimer's and dementia news earned her a spot on ShareCare's list of the "Top 10 Online Influencers" in Alzheimer's disease. She is also a certified nutritionist and has ghostwritten about disease and nutrition for prominent voices and websites in the medical community.
Elizabeth has an MA in strategic communication from American University and a BFA in theater from Ohio University. In her free time, she is an avid reader, an enthusiastic cook, a begrudging yoga/Pilates devotee, a social media butterfly, an occasional actress, a voracious music consumer, a mystery movie addict, an obsessive photo taker and an itinerant wanderer. Her family hails from southern Ohio, but her heart belongs to Brooklyn, Sicily and anywhere with palm trees.
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