Taryn Mohrman


Taryn is a Long Island-based lifestyle expert and brand strategist with extensive experience creating innovative editorial and custom content in the home design, entertaining, organizing, cleaning, fashion, beauty, and parenting categories. You can follow Taryn on Instagram @tarynmohrman.


Taryn previously served as the Lifestyle Director at the Hearst Lifestyle Group, which includes Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, and Redbook.  She has also appeared in TV segments for The Today Show, Megyn Kelly Today, Good Morning America, The Meredith Vieira Show, Katie, ABC News, The Daily Buzz, and Better TV as well as produced how-to video series for WomansDay.com and Parents.com.


Taryn graduated from New York University with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication. 

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