Michaela Zanello is a web content writer and editor who is currently working with Rachel Rofé Enterprises and Conversion Fanatics performing research, creating newsletter and blog content, and maintaining an active social media presence. Topics typically pertain to ecommerce and digital marketing.
Previously, Michaela worked as an editor with Be A Bestseller, an online community and inbox magazine dedicated to entrepreneurial authors. And before that, she served as the Web Editor & Hiring Manager for FreeLegalAid.com, a directory of legal services and resources.
In the past, Michaela has also written for a number of film review and entertainment websites and has been published as a featured author in the 2011 and 2012 editions of the Innovations in Magazines World Report book.
Michaela received her Masters of Arts in Professional Writing from New England College in 2014, for which she wrote her thesis about the portrayal of gender role cues in the media, titled "The Cinematic Journey to Adulthood: A Feminist Look at How Modern Films Portray Young, Female Adults."
As an undergrad, Michaela attended Boston College and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Human Development, with a minor in French.
Michaela enjoys writing about almost any subject matter but has an affinity for new media, feminism and social justice, and entertainment-related topics. Writing is the only career pursuit that Michaela has ever been truly passionate about.
She is presently trying to gain as much writing experience as she can, and there isn’t any communication medium she wouldn’t be excited to undertake, including blogs, magazines, and academic journals; she would even freelance in Morse Code if the opportunity presented itself.
After all, the written word is such a powerful tool, having the ability to inform, inspire, and unite, which is why the pen…err…the keyboard, the smartphone, and the iPad remain mightier than the sword.