The work that I do would not be complete without the collaboration of my team of talented professionals.
Leda Scheintaub has worked in the publishing industry for more than two decades. She started out as a managing editor at Penguin Books, where she oversaw Penguin Compass, the publisher’s line of spiritual books. She now works as an author, editor, and writing consultant with a focus on food, health, and healing. She has collaborated with a number of authors, most recently Sarah Brassard and her book Inside, to bring their vision to the printed page. She is the author of Cultured Foods for Your Kitchen and, with her husband, Nash Patel, Dosa Kitchen, a cookbook based on their South Indian food truck located in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Janelle E. Salzman
Janelle E. Salzman, OT/L, ALC, owner of New Hampshire Ayurveda & Therapy, PLLC, is a certified Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant, Occupational Therapist, and Reiki Master. Janelle has a lifelong love of health and healing, with a diverse education in both Western and Eastern medicine.
Eric moved from the East Coast to Los Angeles a decade ago to try to make it as TV writer. He ultimately realized that helping other writers bring their ideas to TV was his calling, and today he runs the television division of a production company for Sony Pictures. As a guest blogger, Eric brings insider knowledge that only he and his sister, Alexa, have about what it was like to grow up around homemade almond milk and smudge sticks. Eric lives in Los Angeles with his fiancé, Scott, and their dog, Deacon.
Lydia is a designer based wherever life decides to send her. She enjoys working on projects that are making the world a better place, and loves helping individuals and companies achieve their goals through a creative strategy that is equally as engaging as it is beautiful.
Jonas Ellison is a writer and blogger based in Chicago, IL. He works as a copywriter and brand storyteller and chronicles his life on his blog, Cricket Hill, which is one of the top single-author publications on Medium.com. You can also find his work in The Huffington Post, Observer, Thought Catalog, No Sidebar, The Mission, Good Men Project, and more.