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April/May 2020 Issue’s  Contributors

 

Danielle Daily

is a freelance writer, author, and host of The Suddenly Single Show podcast.

 


 

T.M. Poletti

is a freelance writer who lives in Loudoun County.

 

 


 

Melissa Maharaj

is a local mom in search of “Posh” events, travel destinations, Mommy activities, and new trends. She’s also a Posh Seven Account Executive.

 


Emily Cook

is a Northern Virginia freelance writer with a professional background in public relations and marketing. Her writing focuses on travel, wildlife, the environment, and the arts. She also dabbles a bit in painting, children’s lit and adult fiction.

 


Anusheh Khan

received her master’s degree from American University in economics and finance. She currently works in the consulting industry but grew a passion for writing at her college newspaper. She currently resides in Leesburg and loves exploring the DMV.

 


 

Patricia Lee Hall

is a freelance writer and consultant who began her journalism career at The Miami Herald. She is the founder of FairfaxFamilyFun.com.

 


 

Annie Larson

is a certified psychic medium & astrologer.

 


 

Kat Hoke

is a Loudoun County cool mom to three, a writer and an Account Executive for Posh Seven Magazine.

 


Saema Khan

leans on her background in communication to expand her freelance writing experience and finds the most joy in profiling people with interesting stories and backgrounds. She devotes her time to raising her two boys and meeting the demands of her diva cat, Jebby.

 


 

Traci J. Medlock

has lived in Northern Virginia her whole life. Her work has been published in The Washington Post and Washingtonian, and many local publications and websites. She runs Lock & Company with her husband, an award-winning photography and design studio. Specializing in weddings, portraits, and headshots in a documentary and dynamic style.

 


Jill Devine

is a freelance writer who lives in Loudoun County. When not writing, she works as a kindergarten assistant for Loudoun County Public Schools. Before raising her family of four children, she wrote for the Connection newspaper and was an editor for Contract Management magazine. She enjoys visiting museums and riding bikes with husband Paul.