Siobhan Neela-Stock is a Vermont-based (for now) writer and journalist, specializing in mental health, race, and gender inequities, along with other issues for both outlets and companies. She's also an aspiring travel writer and has lived internationally, including in Spain and Mozambique. Siobhan previously worked at Mashable as its Social Good Reporter, where she covered social justice issues for two years. You can also see her work in Fortune, Chicago Reader, and Block Club Chicago. She received her master's in journalism from Northwestern University in 2018. In a previous life, Siobhan worked in global health, most notably with a stint in the Peace Corps.