I am a content strategy consultant with more than a decade of experience building products and growing editorial brands at Atlas Obscura, Dictionary.com, and Babylist. I've built best-in-class content programs across web, social, email, and video to reach millions.

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Bekah is a creative, curious and an inspiring person to be around.

She invests the time to ensure she thoroughly understands each project she is tackling. This includes the technical aspects of the project as well as the personal goals of the team members she is collaborating with. She is open to other people’s perspectives and ideas, but not afraid to defend her own assessment.
— Scott Wagner, VP Revenue & Analytics, Dictionary.com

Bekah is hands-on and technology aware Her feedback and advice is actionable. She has the real world, in-team experience to understand the realities of your organization.

Her approach balances the needs of all parties within your organization while deploying user-centric content strategies.

She can work closely with engineering and is cognizant of engineering considerations.
— Brian Paul, former VP of Engineering at Dictionary.com, CTO & Cofounder of PathMe

Rebekah was incredibly efficient, responsive, and professional. She assessed the needs of our organization quickly, and provided specific, targeted training and actionable goals. She taught our team of SEO novices the foundations of SEO work, through training sessions that struck the perfect balance between being digestible and content-rich. We have worked with other SEO consultants in the past, but Rebekah was by far the best!
— Lyzz Schwegler, Co-founder and Director of Communications, Sister District Project

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More about Bekah

Still not sure what a content strategy consultant does? I help organizations figure out what to write, how to organize it, and how to distribute it in order to reach and grow their audiences. (I also do the writing part.)

I thrive working cross-functionally with business leaders, strategists, marketers, developers, product managers, and designers to make your content an integrated, sustainable part of the business.

I started my career in 2008 in print publishing working for McSweeney’s, Chronicle Books, and Norton, among others. I moved to digital content as one of the first editors at Atlas Obscura. I then worked in-house as Director of Content at Dictionary.com and the first Editor in Chief at Babylist. I also have published work in The Believer, Salon, The Millions, and The Rumpus.

At NYU's Gallatin School, I studied early Christianity. I grew up in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago. I now live in Oakland, California with my husband and two children.