Gender and diversity issues
Scripts (webcomics, podcasts, marketing content, comedy, sketch, plays)
Halley Bondy is a professional freelance writer, journalist and mom based in Brooklyn. You can find her articles in NBC News, Business Insider, Digital Trends, GenderIT.org, Daily Beast, DAME Magazine, Eater NY, Bustle, Romper, The Outline, Oxygen, CMT, Scary Mommy, Vice, New York Daily News, MTV, and more. She writes scripts for the “Masters of Scale” podcast, and has written for “You Must Remember This.” Bondy has written five empowering nonfiction books for young girls. Her work has won a Shorty Award for digital content, as well as the Outstanding Playwright award at the Fringe NYC Festival, and a GEM Award at NBC.
Halley's relevant experience includes:
Halley has spent the last decade juggling her many interests, from theater to comedy to hard journalism to activism. After many years of full-time work at various newspapers and media companies, she set out on her own in 2018 - and has been quite unstoppable since.
Halley does all of her work on a Dell XPS 13 laptop, an iPad, and an iPhone 8 (she's working on that last one). She uses a Zoom recorder for podcast interviews and a Playstation 4 for all of her entertainment. She still uses a Chromecast once in a while to stream movies into her kid's room.
Halley got a BA from Barnard College. She speaks advanced Spanish and is currently taking lessons.
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