Kristen Domonell, MS, RYT, is a Seattle-based health, wellness, and fitness writer. Her work has appeared in publications including: WomensHealthMag.com, Vice.com, Prevention.com, MensHealth.com, DailyBurn.com, Self magazine, EatClean.com, University Business magazine, The Huffington Post, CNN.com, The Daily Beast, and more. She's also the co-founder and editorial director of Chronicality.com, a publication designed to help young people live well in spite of chronic illness.
Kristen holds a master's degree in health communication from Northwestern University and a bachelor's in journalism from Marist College.
When she doesn’t have her nose in a pile of health studies, you’ll find her on her yoga mat, in the mountains, or eating her way through the Pacific Northwest.
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“Anyone can write, but Kristen is able to translate information into a piece that speaks to the audience. Apart from the epic content that Kristen delivers, her industry knowledge and experience are such valuable assets to our company!”
—Sarah Phillips, Founder, myFIT
“I had a great feeling about Kristen the minute I interviewed her for my freelance team, and I’m glad to say my gut was right...There was a lot to learn on this project (procedures, style, etc.), and she took it all in quickly. She is utterly reliable and a real talent. I’d bring her on again without question.” —Kristin Fuerst, Editorial & Quality Assurance Manager, Verywell (formerly About.com Health)
“Kristen’s writing is smart, reliable and engaging. Expect great things from her on Life by DailyBurn and beyond.” —Jordan Shakeshaft, Editorial Director, Life by DailyBurn
“Kristen is one of my favorite and most trusted freelancers. I can always count on her to turn in clean, crisp copy before her deadline, and I rarely have to go back to her with significant edits. She excels at simplifying complex medical research and serving it to the reader in a useful, surprising, and compelling way.” — Andrew Daniels, Senior Associate Editor, MensHealth.com
"On the professional side, what impressed me most about her was that she ‘got it’ right from the start, and could jump into difficult assignments with little direction. She is a thoughtful writer who can explain complex ideas clearly... On the personal side, Kristen is outgoing and has a sly sense of humor that often comes through in her writing.” —Tim Goral, Editor in Chief, University Business Magazine
“In the 18 years that I have been running business here on Martha’s Vineyard Kristen is one of the best that I have hired. She is professional, learns everything she does well and is an absolute pleasure to work with. ” —Colin Young, Publisher, This Week on Martha’s Vineyard