Bio


Anoosh Jorjorian has over 20 years of experience writing, blogging, editing, and teaching English. Her professional writing career began in 1997 when she edited the updated "Relationships with Women" chapter in Our Bodies, Ourselves for the New Century. She has been published in Salon, the Huffington Post, TIME.com, AlterNet, Black Girl Dangerous, Racialicious, and Sojourner on issues of race, sexuality and gender identity, culture, and policy.

In addition to writing, she also works freelance on social media management and marketing.

She currently lives in Northern California where she volunteers for the Davis Phoenix Coalition as the coordinator for Yolo Rainbow Families and a facilitator for the Davis LGBTQ+ Youth Group. She also organizes on issues including immigration, racial justice, and LGBTQ+ rights. She holds workshops for parents, educators, and children on inclusivity of all marginalized communities.

She has lived on both coasts of the US as well as in West Africa and the South Pacific.