I used to think I had to have everything figured out in life. But I’ve recently realized that it’s okay to not know where I’m heading next, as long as where I end up makes me happy. Our paths are not permanent, nor do we ever stop building them. I am excited to dedicate my life to health journalism.
Cayla Keiser is a writer specializing in health, wellness, profile, and multimedia storytelling. Her work has been published on Verywell Fit, Family, and Mind, Sharecare, and Reporter, RIT's fully student-run magazine where she served as the Editor in Chief. Cayla's plans are to work as a full-time health journalist and editor.
Cayla holds her bachelor’s degree in Journalism and minors in Communication and American Sign Language & Deaf Cultural Studies from Rochester Institute of Technology, where she is currently pursuing her master's in Health and Well-being Management.
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