I am changing jobs!
Today is my last day at CNET, and on Monday I’m going to be joining Freelancers Union, an organization devoted to providing advocacy and insurance for freelancers, where I’m going to be the director of community and social media. I’m completely thrilled to join an organization I’ve long admired and am excited to be working with Sara Horowitz, Freelancers Union’s founder and executive director, who you may have read about a few months back in the New York Times.
This puts me back in the world of advocating for writers as well as other freelancers. It’s a really great fit and I can’t wait to start.
It’s been a truly fantastic three years at CNET, and I’m so happy to have had that time there. My pulse will still race on the morning of the next Apple or Samsung event, and I’m so grateful for the friends I’ve made and for how awesome a place it’s been to work.
For many of you out there who are freelance writers (or freelancers of other stripes as well), connect with Freelancers’ Union! Follow us on Twitter and Facebook, and check out the Freelancers Union blog.