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Marisa Taylor

Brooklyn, NY
Freelance Writer and Editor — Freelance
Covers:  public health, gender, women's issues, science, medicine, diversity, LGBT, consumer technology, business

Freelance journalist covering gender and health. Ex-@GuardianUS, @AJAM & @WSJ. NorCal born, Brooklyn-based. Proud @Stanford alum. Views = my own.

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Biography

I am a Brooklyn-based freelance writer and editor with more than a decade of experience. My passions are public health and and women's issues, but I've also written about science, LGBT rights, technology and business.

Most recently, I worked as an assistant editor at The Guardian U.S. in New Yor...

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@MarisaHTaylor — 1,674 followers, 966 tweets

Nov 17, 2017

RT @KamalaHarris: If you vote for people to lose their health care to pay for tax cuts for the top 1%, then you need to lose your job.

Nov 08, 2017

RT @LEBassett: The man who wrote the anti-trans bathroom bill just lost the election to a trans woman. Let that sink in.  https://twitter.com/LEBassett/status/928065439464349697 

Nov 08, 2017

RT @LEBassett: Trans woman Danica Roem (D) just defeated anti-LGBTQ candidate Bob Marshall (R) in Virginia, becoming the first tra…

Oct 24, 2017

@ClimateMayors Hi there, I've been attempting to reach you for a story I'm writing for HuffPo. What's the best way to contact you?

Oct 15, 2017

Subpoena Orders Trump To Turn Over Documents From Assault Allegations - BuzzFeed  http://nzzl.us/VperozK  via @nuzzel

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Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism

2011 - Business
I was part of The Wall Street Journal's research and data analysis team for its "What They Know" investigative series, examining online privacy and the types of personal information websites collect from users. The series won in the Online Enterprise category.

Honors - Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism

2006 - Academic
My master's thesis at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism was awarded with honors by adviser Samuel G. Freedman. I examined domestic violence in same-sex couples, profiling a victim and examining the barriers victims face in the legal, law enforcement and shelter systems.