OCN’s Newest Sounding Blog Chief, Katy Mena-Berkley

OCN’s Newest Sounding Blog Chief, Katy Mena-Berkley

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We’d like to introduce to our new Sounding Blog Chief, Katy Mena-Berkley.

Katy, a professional writer and yoga instructor based in Chattanooga, Tenn., has more than 10 years of experience in communications.

Katy earned her BFA in fabric design from the University of Georgia and launched her writing career with a fashion column in a local alternative newspaper. Her interests in design and foreign culture then led her to Florence, Italy, where she interned as a contributing writer for textile publication La Spola.

Since returning stateside, Katy has worked in reporting, editing, copywriting, and public speaking. She also currently serves as an ambassador for a medication called Lemtrada, a new therapy on the market to treat patients with multiple sclerosis.

Katy has been a blogger for OCN since 2012.

As OCN’s Sounding Blog Chief, Katy is looking for writers to share their experiences of Orthodoxy.  If you are interested in writing for an Orthodox blog, send her a few samples of your writing (600-1200 words) and a reference from your parish priest.  You can email her at blog@myocn.net for more information.

 

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Presvytera Vassi Haros

Presvytera Vassi Makris Haros is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Art, Architecture & Planning and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. She is the owner, designer and photographer of V’s Cardbox, In Service and Love. a greeting card company featuring cards with an Orthodox voice. She strongly feels that experiencing the Orthodox Faith through the church’s cyclical calendar of feasts and fasts is a gift that is too often overlooked.