Josie Gagliano has been in the media industry for 20 years, honing her early reporting skills in Sydney metro newspapers and first dipping her toe in the PR industry at the Human Rights & Equal Opportunity Commission, with their groundbreaking “Diff’rent Colours, One People” campaign. Her work resume is a mixed bag: working as PR officer for the Balmain Tigers Football Club, Deputy Editor at Cream magazine, and Associate Editor at City Weekly, before taking on the biggest job of all: mother of twins.
Rafael and Estella are now two and she is mixing motherhood with freelance writing (by her own admission, sometimes spectacularly… sometimes failing miserably) for a range of magazines including Marie Claire Australia, Madison magazine, Australian Women’s Weekly, Studio magazines, Cream magazine, Open Skies (Emirates Airlines) magazine, plus Jetstar, Voyeur, and Sunday (Sunday Telegraph) magazine, and many more. She writes a blog for Practical Parenting magazine and most of all, loves that she can fuel her magazine addiction (and claim it on tax!) and call it ‘work’.
She also enjoys daily ramblings on her blog http://www.josiesjuice.blogspot.com/ which has a current affairs-slash-parenting-slash-bitofeverything flavour
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