Brianna Bell is a journalist with work featured by The New York Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, and more. She focuses on parenting, health, and finance, and loves telling stories that bring people together.
I love telling stories and connecting people to a common or shared experience. I value ethical journalism and vulnerable and honest storytelling. As a health and finance writer my goal is to write informative articles that help readers feel seen and heard.
Brianna started writing as a freelancer in 2015, focusing on personal finance and local news. Within a few years she has become a well known Canadian writer that focuses on finance, family, and health. Her work has been featured by dozens of magazines, newspapers, and digital publications. Brianna is a regular health contributor to Very Well Health, as well as Singlecare's health blog.
B.A. in Religious Studies, Communications, and Labour Studies from McMaster Univeristy
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