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About Me

I’m a journalist and communications specialist with particular interests in wellness, fitness, entertainment, fashion and lifestyle writing.

Most recently I worked as a staff writer-reporter for People Magazine and People.com, covering fitness, wellness, health, celebrity workouts, star homes and other entertainment and lifestyle topics. I am currently a freelance communications and marketing assistant/writer for the USC School of Pharmacy where I write a weekly newsletter and help manage their social media accounts.

Originally from New York City, I now reside in sunny Los Angeles. I’m addicted to reality TV, can never say no to free food, am subscribed to way too many online shopping newsletters, and love trying all the latest health and wellness trends.

Feel free to contact me at gabrielle.olya@gmail.com or find me on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.

Thanks for visiting!

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  1. Carli permalink
    March 25, 2011 9:32 pm

    Hey Gabrielle,
    I found you on LinkedIn and was hoping to get in touch with you. I’m a journalist student at the University of Utah. I have few resources when it comes to guidance about my resume, what I need to get taken seriously, what is considered legitimate experience, etc. Based on the experience you have listed on your resume and your clips (which I found myself drooling over by the way 🙂 ) you seem to know what your doing. Do you think we could get in touch? I’m in serious need of a mentor. Let me know what you think! Thanks so much
    Carli

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