Rebecca Bellan

Content Strategist, Copywriter, Writer

Helping your brand tell the stories that matter.

I am an adventurous and curious writer from New York who develops a passion for every new topic to come across my desk. I currently work on the marketing team at Atlantic Re:think where I have written a range of sponsor content articles and infographics, and as of recently, one editorial piece for CityLab. I have a degree in journalism from Boston University, and a background in copywriting (mainly website copy and blog posts), travel writing (for Matador Network and my blog WomanWanders.com), and food writing (for the food guide I helped start up in Australia, HoodFoodGuide.com).

As a writer, I'm most driven to use my voice to find the stories that are worth sharing. I think that brands are becoming an integral part of the conversation, and I enjoy having the opportunity to find ways for brands to contribute by telling really compelling stories. As I writer, I'm fascinated by the shifting trends in culture, the strides of marginalized communities, and the philosophical and ethical questions that revolve around new technologies, among many other topics. I'm finding it extremely rewarding to be on the forefront of how the different worlds of media are evolving to deliver readable, watchable, interact-able content.
Categories
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Case Study, Infographic, Infographic Copy, Interview, Landing Page, Press Release, Social Copy, Website Copy, Whitepaper
More Information
Boston University, Bachelor of Science in Journalism
New York, IA USA|English, Spanish
Publications
N/A

Published Content

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citylab.com
Article
The Bronx: Don’t Call It a Comeback

The Bronx is changing, but who's leading the charge? Some might say the new businesses popping up are the result of gentrification. But not these Bronx locals who are demonstrating a generational shift in mentality. Now the dream's not to get out the hood, but to enhance it.

August, 14 2018
theatlantic.com
Article
A Land Divided

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict represents one of the most fraught political issues in the Middle East, with no clear end in sight. Here’s what the struggle looks like through the eyes of those who’ve lived it.

theatlantic.com
Next to Be Hacked? Your Dinner
theatlantic.com
What’s in Your Burger? Lots of Water, It Turns Out
theatlantic.com
The City of the Future
theatlantic.com
Building Sustainable Urban Mobility
theatlantic.com
Augmenting Reality to Inspire Exploration
theatlantic.com
How Can We Preserve the Modern Crime Scene?
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