Simone is the health associate editorial director for performance marketing at Verywell. She has over a decade of experience covering parenting, health, science, and lifestyle topics. She is also a mom to a toddler.
Her byline has appeared at Healthline Parenthood, Romper, Motherfigure's magazine "The Mothership," Healthline, Greatist, PsychCentral, Narratively, Nautilus, What to Expect, TrulyMama, Mental Floss, Mashable, AskMen, Geek, BestGifts, among other publications.
Simone also worked as an editor at several publications, including The Weather Channel, Upworthy, theSkimm, and Business Insider.
Her work at The Weather Channel won several awards, including the 2020 IAC Award for Best Environmental Online Campaign and the 2020 CMA award for Best Series of Articles.
Visit her website at simonescully.com for more information.
Simone has a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University, where she was awarded the John Horgan Award for critical science journalism.
Simone also received an MFA from Columbia University and a bachelor of science with honors in international relations from the London School of Economics.
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