Holly Lebowitz Rossi is a freelance writer and editor who has covered religion, health, yoga, parenting, children’s music, and more for two decades. Known for being a smart, reliable, and inquisitive writer, Holly’s expertise is both broad and deep. Digital media is a strength, and she has also written extensively for print magazines, newspapers, and radio, in a series of commentaries for NPR’s “All Things Considered.” Freelance clients include Newsweek, The Washington Post, Slate, Tablet, Parents, Prevention, and the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, she was a founding employee and longtime editor at Beliefnet.com, which was the preeminent online faith and spirituality destination. Holly has contributed to several books about religion, including “Spiritual Innovators” and “In God’s Name.” Together with yoga teacher Liz Owen, she is the co-author of “Yoga for a Healthy Lower Back: A Practical Guide to Developing Strength and Relieving Pain.” 

In addition to reporting, service journalism, essays, and features, Holly is available for corporate projects, bringing her observational skills and incisive writing style to speechwriting, newsletters, award applications, and other assignments.

Holly lives with her husband and son in Arlington, Massachusetts, where she tends her garden and backyard orchard, cooks and bakes things that make the house smell good, and attempts to get better at playing the guitar.

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