Crystal Stipe
Mo'Shai Gibbs
Katie DeSena
Katie Clark
Kate Oliver
Poppy Levin
Jenn Dodd Arvizu

Crystal Stipe | Contributing Writer

Crystal Stipe is a contributing writer for IWHJ and a copy editor for the Montana-based monthly entertainment publication, Lively Times. A native Montanan she grew up on a cattle ranch, and as a result she has an appreciation for hard work and a love for animals, especially horses. Crystal has experience with social media marketing and event coordination, as part of the team that organizes Pet Fest and The Women’s Fair, popular Missoula events that, in part, highlight area nonprofits and the services they provide for the community. Crystal graduated from The University of Montana with a bachelor's degree in journalism. She also is an avid sports fan who is especially happy during football season when The University of Montana Grizzlies play.

Mo'Shai Gibbs | Contributor :: Phoenix, AZ

A fun-loving girl who wants to experience the most life has to offer, Mo’Shai is a Los Angeles native turned Phoenix transplant. She works as a project manager for R&R Partners, a full-service ad agency dedicated to helping clients thrive in complex, fast-moving business climates. In the not-too-distant future, she hopes to be a published “authoress” and own her own concierge business. Follow Mo’Shai on Twitter and Instagram.

Katie DeSena | Contributor :: New York, NY

A business development professional for a major brand in New York City, Katie also serves as the Young Alumni Co-chair for her alma mater, Marist. After earning a M.S. in interactive media, she’s experimented with numerous blogs, including her most recent venture Botch and Learn. She has an affinity for motivation, pop culture and — what else? — Pinterest. Follow Katie on Twitter and Pinterest.

Katie Clark | Contributor :: Kennesaw, GA

An incoming junior at Kennesaw State University, Katie’s pursuing a degree in public relations after she realized she could put her knack for remembering names and faces to great use. Katie was born and raised just north of Atlanta and enjoys vacationing at any of the stunning lakes in north Georgia. She loves to be creative and spends her free time painting, crafting and perusing Pinterest for inspiration. Follow her on Pinterest.

Kate Oliver | Contributor :: Los Angeles, CA

Kate’s a brand manager at 72andSunny, an LA-based advertising agency focusing on creating cultural impact on behalf of brands. Montana born and bred, she loves any excuse to get outside and doesn’t trust people who don’t like dogs. Kate now lives by the beach in Venice, Calif. and believes that just about everything should be pretty — even when it’s a mistake. Follow Kate on Pinterest and LinkedIn.

Poppy Levin | Contributing News Editor

Poppy Levin is a contributing news editor at IWHJ and a master in mothering her two children. Prior to this accomplishment, Poppy graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in International Studies. She spent two years abroad teaching and writing English curriculum in Spain and India, then added to her business savvy by working in administration at a corporate law firm and in digital marketing. Poppy loves writing, volunteering in her Portland community, mindfulness and staying active. She also adores watching her two tumbling, giggling kids and is writing her first children’s picture book inspired by her cubs.

Jenn Dodd Arvizu | Contributing Writer

Jenn Dodd Arvizu is a contributing writer for I Want Her Job and the founder of OMFG. SO GOOD., a blog that shares good food and good laughs. A marketing graduate from Mansfield University in Pennsylvania, Jenn has spent time at two of Phoenix’s most highly respected graphic design firms, as well as one of the lead marketing agencies. Along the way, this full-time mom, flextime design industry executive and full-time foodie developed an affinity for both conceptual and just outright beautiful design. She has a tactile obsession with toothy papers and secretly loves the smell of freshly printed ink, ice cream and whatever happens to be cooking in the oven.