Margaret is a writer based out of New York, NY. She’s written for print and digital publications for nonprofits specializing in health, medicine, the life sciences, higher education, and public policy. Her work has been featured in The Scientist, the Los Angeles Times, and numerous health and education websites. She’s particularly interested in health, the life sciences, classical music, religion, languages and literature, current events, race and racism, human rights, the environment, New York City history, and documentary films.
During the first 20 years of her adult life, she pursued a career as a classical singer. In addition to dozens of recitals at small venues, she gave solo performances in New York at Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall, and Symphony Space; in Washington, D.C. at the Corcoran Gallery and the National Gallery of Art; and in Miami with the Miami Chamber Symphony. She specialized in art songs in many languages, as well as 20th-century vocal chamber music works by eminent 20th-century composers, several of whom composed works for her. Today, she continues to sing in both choral and cabaret settings.