Lisa Reswick, Writer, ASJA Member
I came to New York determined to become a Broadway choreographer. I did choreograph one cabaret show at the Manhattan Theater Club before deciding that world was not for me. The only other thing I loved to do was write, so I switched from maneuvering bodies on the stage to arranging words on the page. I’ve worked as a writer in publishing, software marketing, and advertising. I have a BA in English earned at Tufts University and the University of Utah, and a recent MA in Digital Learning from NYU. And, I’m happy to report, I’ve recently returned to dancing.
My essays focus on parenting, family issues, and aging—particularly in the workplace. They have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Huffington Post, and Purple Clover:
My Banished Brother
Wall St Journal:
When the Whole Family is Out of Work
The Washington Post:
I’m 60. My boss is a 20-something. It’s awkward.
Virtual Beauty Tips
I Must’ve Done Something Right
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