Kate Antoniades – Editor of Corporette since 2014, Kate Antoniades lives in her hometown of Rochester, NY, and works in philanthropy. A cat person and Oxford comma loyalist, she enjoys Ben & Jerry’s Phish Food, superhero movies/TV shows, and trying to beat her high scores on Just Dance. If skinny jeans with knee-high boots is wrong, she doesn’t want to be right. You can follow Kate on Instagram or Twitter, or contact her at kateantoniades.com. See all of Kate’s posts here.
Elizabeth – Elizabeth is a 34-year-old lawyer living on the East Coast. She spent 7 years in BigLaw in NYC and is now happily working at a medium-sized firm in a medium-sized city. She currently has nine pairs of shoes in her office. See all of Elizabeth’s posts here.
Occasionally, several Corporette® writers collaborate on a piece to the extent where we put “Corporette® Staff” as the byline. This happens regularly with our news posts, but occasionally on some other posts. You can see all of the pieces by “Corporette® Staff” here.
Occasional Guest Posters on Corporette®
Please note that Corporette® does not publish guest posters except by explicit invitation.
Auntie M – Auntie M has been one of Kat’s best friends since they were in their teens! She’s recently worked as a lawyer and documentary filmmaker. See all of Auntie M’s posts here.
Rebecca Berfanger – Rebecca Berfanger is a lawyer and freelance reporter based in the Midwest. She appreciates absurd humor, film festivals, independent artists, lesser known women of history, and bike trails, and she dabbles in unconventional cross stitch. Her favorite fashion season is fall because it’s an excuse to wear boots and scarves. You can follow her on Twitter, or see all of Rebecca’s posts here.
We regularly publish Personal Money Snapshots, where our readers fill out a form to give us a sense of their net worth, salary, debts, and general financial picture at this moment in time; you can see all of these money snapshots here.
We regularly publish Week in the Life of a Working Woman, where readers fill out a form to give us a sense of their work-life balance, their time obligations, and the general flow of their week; you can see all of the Week in the Life of a Working Woman series here.
Much older guest posts (accepted often during Kat’s maternity leaves) are here.