Chrisanne Grisé is a New York City-based writer and magazine editor specializing in health, lifestyle, travel, and entertainment. She began her professional career as a program assistant at Oldways, a non-profit food and nutrition education organization in Boston. There, she learned tons about healthy eating and cultural meal traditions. Eventually, she made the leap to magazines, working as an editor for outlets such as Martha Stewart Weddings, Scholastic, and Parents. Her writing has also appeared on FitnessMagazine.com, FisherPrice.com, BridalGuide.com, AbsolutePunk, and The Fix, among other publications. Follow her on Twitter @xanne.
Chrisanne has worked as an editor at Martha Stewart Weddings, Scholastic, and Parents. She also contributes to FitnessMagazine.com, FisherPrice.com, BridalGuide.com, AbsolutePunk, and The Fix, among other publications.
Chrisanne has her B.S. in print and multimedia journalism from Emerson College.
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