Charlotte Lieberman is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and digital content strategist. As a writer, Charlotte's work often concerns the confusing journey of self-acceptance, feminism, relationships and technology, and meditation. She currently works as an editor for Insight Meditation teacher and author Sharon Salzberg, among other individual clients whose backgrounds range from management consulting to psychiatry. She also works as a digital content strategist, communications consultant, and freelance copywriter, particularly for health and wellness companies. If you're curious about growing or developing a digital content platform, Charlotte has extensive editorial experience—ranging from blog development to strategic content partnerships, inbound marketing, SEO, syndication, audience development, and more.
Through the medium of writing, Charlotte hopes to inspire empathy and empower readers to feel happier and healthier. Charlotte is a regular contributor to Cosmopolitan and The Harvard Business Review, and has also had work featured in i-D, ISSUE, MarieClaire.com, Guernica, Refinery 29, ATTN, BOMB, Sonima, and mindbodygreen, among other publications. She is a columnist for The Garrison Institute blog, writing on the nexus of mindfulness and everyday life—especially in contexts involving technology and intimacy. Her poetry has been published by The Boston Review, The Colorado Review, The Harvard Advocate, and Nat.Brut. Charlotte also has poems forthcoming in The Denver Quarterly and Free Verse.
Charlotte received her undergraduate degree in 2013 from Harvard University, where she majored in English. If you’re interested in learning more about her work, you can take a look at her abridged CV or get in touch directly for more information and context.