Kelli Acciardo

Highlights

Kelli is a New York-based journalist and social media content creator specializing in travel, beauty, fashion, food and wine, health and fitness, and lifestyle reporting. With over 15+ years experience in the media industry, she is a seasoned pro at crafting engaging copy and her work has appeared in: Brides, Marie Claire, PureWow, InStyle, Martha Stewart, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, The Knot, Domino, Popsugar, Brit + Co, Bustle, Women's Health, and dozens of other publications.

Experience

Kelli has held staff positions at OK! Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, and Life & Style Weekly. Her freelance work has appeared in Brides, Marie Claire, PureWow, InStyle, Martha Stewart, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, The Knot, Domino, Popsugar, Brit + Co, Bustle, Women's Health, and more. 

Education

Kelli has a B.A. in Writing, Literature, and Publishing from Emerson College. 

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