Tiffany Jones, M.A. is a registered psychotherapist and has been a sex and relationship coach for the last 11 years. She started Denver Sexology, LLC to help individuals and couples who are struggling with intimacy issues. Her years of experience as a sex coach have given her an inside perspective into the many expressions of sexuality people can incorporate in their lives. Tiffany hopes to address specific questions in her writing, so contact her with any sex questions you may have at email@example.com. Along with her coaching and writing, Tiffany is the host of Temptation Time®, a radio show emphasizing a sex positive perspective.
Beth Brandstatter is a freelance writer. Nouveau Dating brought Beth onto our team because of her extensive skills in sales, marketing and life coaching in product branding, writing newsletters, copy, articles and SEO. Beth translates her knowledge of sales and consumers into writing persuasive copy that provides perfect solutions to their problems. Beth graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in communications. She’s an avid traveler, salsa dancer, volleyball player and loves nothing more than relaxing by a fire with a glass of red wine. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christina Scribner began writing poetry and short stories early in her childhood. As a freelance writer, her goal is to offer insight in the areas of relationships and beauty drawing from personal experiences and studies. In her spare time, Christina still writes poetry, studies spirituality, obsesses over music, and loves hard. She is always excited to challenge herself and make life her teacher.
Amanda Juarez is an aspiring nomadic freelance writer currently living in Colorado. Creative since the day she was born, she has many creative outlets from writing and art, to making jewelry and accessories, and even winning NaNoWriMo 2013. She spends much of her time learning abstract new things and hanging out with gamer friends. She hopes to be able to bring her experiences from living all over the county and translating the different cultures of dating into easy reading while adding a bit of geek to them.
Lauren Volpe is a recent graduate of Texas State University with a BA in English Literature with a Minor in Anthropology. She is now a freelance writer. She is passionate about writing and studying human interactions. She enjoys giving relationship advice built on her personal history, and the experiences of her friends and family. She currently resides in San Marcos, TX.
Shana Diaz is a Colorado native finishing her BA in Creative Writing at Colorado Mesa University in the fall. Besides being a shameless romantic she also boasts of being a Nerdfighter, a Potterhead, and just an all around bookworm. When she isn’t stuck in the stacks at the library or working as a home health care aid, Shana enjoys spending her time gallivanting around the Internet with her long distance boyfriend and devouring the blogs of her favorite authors.
Rachel Fuenzalida loves basically anything you can find on Pinterest including but not limited to sports, photography, baking and sundresses. She hopes that between her dating experiences and those of her roommates, she can answer any of your love-related questions.
Abiel Bruhn is a Los Angeles filmmaker and writer who has become firmly entrenched in his over-confidence. Merely the fact that he has, in a self-written biography, credited himself as a “Los Angeles filmmaker” probably tells you all you need to know.
Aliza Chudnow is a recent graduate from the University of Kansas with a degree in Journalism. During her time as an undergrad she developed a knack for writing about relationship as a staff member of KU’s entertainment magazine, Jayplay. Aliza hopes to one day make it in the big bad world of magazine writing, where she dreams of seeing her byline printed in the pages of People or Entertainment Weekly. But until then, she is having a lot of fun writing about the ups and downs that goes along with love.
Tracey Fuller is a Chicago native and has her degree in journalism from Columbia College. Her passion for writing about dating and relationships derives from her own experiences, as well as from friends conversations about their dating life. She has been a freelance writer for the last 10 years and enjoys sharing her knowledge on relationships with readers.
Elizabeth Monsoor is currently working on her Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington. While Elizabeth pursues a career in dance, she has rediscovered her love for writing. When she is not in class or at rehearsals, Elizabeth enjoys actively commenting on episodes of reality television and tweeting her observations on relationships several times a day. She has an “eyes wide open” approach to dating, acting as an unofficial advisor and commentator on her friends’ relationships. Elizabeth hopes that her opinions on relationships and her love of sarcasm both entertain and inspire her readers.
Jack Gashi is a Communications graduate from Penn State University. He is willing to accept the the long-term risks of smoking if it makes him look 1% cooler, at least for the time being, and believes admitting this is empowering. He is going through a guacamole phase, but is confident it will pass in due time.
Ely Torres is the Editor-in-Chief of PHUEL PR & Media and a Music Editor at College Underground Radio. Her passions include writing, music and networking. Her guilty pleasures range from reality TV to anything edible containing sugar. Ely lives in Chicago where she is patiently writing her first manuscript about the complexities in monogamy.
Conor Romack is currently enrolled at the University of Washington, studying Comparative Literature and International Studies. He discovered his love for writing at a young age and some of his poems and short stories have been published in local collections. He draws upon his own experiences in the dating world (and stories from his friends) to offer insightful input for Nouveau Dating’s readers.
Christopher Brown graduated from Western Michigan University with a double-major in Communication and Comparative Religion, and has also completed the curriculum for a Masters in Business Administration at Colorado Mesa University. While living in Moscow, Russia, Chris worked for four online international dating agencies, and is no stranger to giving relationship advice or simply sharing some personal experiences including: international long distance relationships, online dating (nationally and internationally), online “adult” dating, accidentally marrying a stripper in Las Vegas and having two long-term relationships with ladies more than a decade younger than him. Having been to 123 cities in 13 countries on three continents, Chris has learned how to get a date with local ladies in foreign countries as well. Though he is straight, Chris was raised by lesbian parents since the age of seven, and as a result has had many gay and lesbian friends throughout his life who have asked for relationship advice. He will take any requests, so send your article ideas to email@example.com.
Rose Schuchat graduated from Carleton College with a degree in English and a minor in corn husking. Okay, the last part isn’t true, but she did learn a lot from living in the cornfields of Minnesota for four years. After graduation, Rose hoped to land her dream job of “being Oprah” but was crushed to learn that that position had been filled. Instead, she’s been forging a career in Marketing and hopes to combine her passion for writing with an affinity for dishing on her dating life. When not behind a computer screen, you can find Rose performing on stage in multiple improvised comedy groups, avoiding eye contact during Zumba classes and “oohing” and “ahhing” at puppies in the park.
Angela Potrykus is a freelance writer who moved to Denver after getting an M.A. in Journalism from the University of Missouri. She’s “that” friend who isn’t afraid to dish about the good, bad and, yes – the ugly – aspects of dating, relationships and sex. Angela looks forward to sharing her relationship advice through the use of humorous first, second and third-person accounts.
Hannah Warner was born and raised here in Colorado. She found her creative talents at a very young age. This led her to pursue degrees in both Creative Writing and Women & Gender Studies at the University of Colorado. Currently, she is working on a chapbook of poetry that she hopes to get published in the fall. Hannah hopes to entertain while providing advice when it comes to all things love and dating.