- Longtime resident of Brooklyn
- Worked in digital marketing and content creation for over ten years, with a focus on food and lifestyle sites
- Began her career at Gourmet Magazine and has since worked with Epicurious.com, SAVEUR.com, MarthaStewart.com, and other premium brands
Kristen Goode is a former TripSavvy writer covering Brooklyn, New York for two and a half years. After a magazine internship in NYC in 2001, she fell in love with the city and all it had to offer. Soon she realized that she was a Brooklynite at heart and began calling Brooklyn home.
She has been in digital marketing and content creation for over ten years, with a focus on food and lifestyle sites. She began her career at Gourmet Magazine and has since worked with Epicurious.com, SAVEUR.com, MarthaStewart.com, and other premium brands.
Goode earned a bachelor's degree in English and psychology from Rice University in 2002. After graduating from college, Kristen completed the Columbia University Summer Publishing Program.
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