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Laura Klein is co-founder of Organic Authority, LLC a new media company that publishes EcoSalon.com & OrganicAuthority.com. Laura is a trained chef and passionate foodie activist in today’s food revolution movement. She has been writing about sustainable eats and developing recipes since 2005. Laura blogs for the Huffington Post.com and has been featured in The Oprah Magazine, Oprah.com, The Huffington Post, CNN, The Food Network, Women’s World, Malibu Times, and is featured in the book Hot, Rich, and Green. Laura leads live cooking demos and has hosted several television shows including Better Living with Laura Klein, The Andrew and Laura Show and The Delicious Kitchen.
John Klein is the co-founder of Organic Authority, LLC a new media company that publishes OrganicAuthority.com and EcoSalon.com. He is a tech geek, gamer and savvy developer. He’s worked at five tech startups including Internet Brands, Autobytel.com, CarsDirect.com, Tiger Text and more. He is passionate about sustainable healthy living and loves spending time with his two dogs, Bamboo and Truffle and snowboarding the rugged Rocky Mountains of Colorado and the High Sierras of California with his wife.
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Jill Ettinger is a freelance journalist, editor, and marketing consultant. She is the senior editor and featured columnist on EcoSalon and sister-site Organic Authority. She is the co-director of Eat Drink Better, and editor for NaturallySavvy. Jill has been featured in The Village Voice, MTV, Reality Sandwich, and Global Rhythm, as well as the anthologies “Towards 2012: Perspectives on the Next Age” (Tarcher/Penguin) and “What Do You Believe?” (Outside the Box). Jill spent more than a decade as a sales and marketing manager in the natural foods industry and regularly consults with emerging brands and organizations in creative communication, social media, and marketing strategies. EcoSalon pitches and marketing questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more info, visit www.jillettinger.com.
Emily Monaco is a native New Yorker living and writing in Paris since 2007. She earned a Master’s degree in 19th century French literature from the Sorbonne and now writes principally about revolution, cheese, and beer, as well as the slow-living attitude of the French. Discover her experiences with Franglais and food on her blog, tomatokumato.com.
After starting out in public relations, Jamie finished college with a BFA in interior design. This combination of writing and design knowledge, coupled with her fashion and lifestyle expertise, has paved the way for an exciting freelance career. Her work has been published in magazines and online, plus she’s managed PR campaigns, and is no stranger to copywriting. Jamie’s a vegetarian and cruelty-free product fanatic. Check out her website to learn more.
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EcoSalon was launched in 2008 under the editorial direction of Sara Ost, founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher.
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