An award-winning journalist and experienced communications strategist, Ruthie has been on every side of the content funnel - as a reporter, editor, ghostwriter and editorial strategist - working with companies both big and small to better tell their stories. She cut her teeth as a financial journalist, writing eight stories a day about the ins and outs of the stock market, before establishing her niche writing about women in business.

Most recently she was Deputy Editor at ForbesWomen where she curated content and community, managed a stable of contributors, programmed events and conferences, moderated panels and led the platform's editorial vision. She was also a Vice President at BerlinRosen, leading communications for a number of the firm’s foundation clients including the Ford Foundation, Atlantic Philanthropies, MacArthur Foundation and more.

Ruthie graduated summa cum laude from Boston University with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and earned her Master's degree in Journalism at New York University.

Ruthie lives in Brooklyn and her side hustle is her novel.