Margaret is BDG's Features Editor and works on major editorial initiatives, partnerships, and brand extensions across Bustle, Romper, Elite Daily, NYLON, and The Zoe Report. She was previously BDG's Director of Features and Brand Initiatives, overseeing all digital issues across brands, and she has served as the managing editor of both Bustle and Romper. Before coming to BDG, she was the founding editor of Huffington Post Women. She has also worked on the editorial staffs of Babble.com and Vogue. She's a graduate of Princeton, got her masters degree in journalism through NYU's program in Cultural Reporting and Criticism, and has taught graduate students in the Publishing department of NYU's School for Professional Studies. When she has time, she enjoys reporting, especially stories that challenge traditional ideas about what it means to be a woman, a mother, or a family. She also covers eating disorders, dieting, and body image. Originally from New Orleans, she lives in Manhattan with her wife, four children, and a vizsla named Clay.
Sex & Relationships
The Nonmonogamous Moms Next Door
Ten months after her husband died, Rebecca Woolf posted on Instagram that she was in a new relationship.
18 Moms Share The Most Important Thing They Accomplished This Pandemic
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To The Trump Voters Who Say It Isn't Personal
Your Kid May Not Be Vaccinated Against Meningitis B, GSK Tells Moms AT Mom 2.0
Romper x Mom2Summit 2020
In 2020 Romper partnered with Mom 2.0 again to cover the first ever Mom 2.0 Everywhere virtual summit.
At The Mom 2.0 Virtual Summit, Even Mega-Influencers Admitted To Work-From-Home Chaos
At Mom 2.0, Medieval Times Brought The Fun (Plus Yoga)
Moms Report Eating, Drinking & Scrolling More In Quarantine
Stay-At-Home Moms Are Doing Better Than All Of Us In Quarantine
How To "Collab" In A Way That Pays Off
The Busbys Are Getting Good Feedback — EXCLUSIVE
These Are The Photos Of Parenthood That Moms Wish They Saw Online
When You’re Pregnant With An Eating Disorder, You Can’t Just Stop “For The Baby”
5 Questions That Will Tell You If Your Kid Is Safe Online
Admit It, 'Giraffes Can't Dance' Is Genius