Joelle Caputa is a writer, editor and public relations maven. She founded an all-female staffed ‘zine that transitioned into a popular indie lifestyle website and Internet TV channel, reporting on “what’s hot and what’s important.”  During that time, she produced, hosted, and edited segments with international superstars, including Thirty Seconds to Mars and David Garrett, stood whiskers away from endangered tigers while reporting on their plight, and organized events to benefit shelter dogs.

Her articles have been published on The Huffington Post (her post “Why Women in their 20s Get Hitched When They Should’ve Ditched” was named one of the top 12 Blog Posts that Sparked Debate in 2011), The Nest, Teen People, Venus ‘Zine and in other media outlets.

As a PR pro, her portfolio boasts a decorated and diverse array of clips. She has landed her clients on MTV (Jersey Shore, The Real World), Showtime, AOL Radio, in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

She lives in New Jersey in a stylish converted log cabin with her husband and brand new daughter and their two rescue pups.

If you’re reading this to find out my professional background, please visit my LinkedIn profile and online portfolio,

Joelle Caputa (aka the newly remarried Joelle Speranza)