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My name is Natalie Harms and I am a journalist based in Houston. I’m crazy about my hometown, but I’m also a huge fan of traveling — aren’t we all? I’m nothing if not a writer, wine drinker, cat lover, exercise fanatic or Houstonian.

I’m currently serving as the associate editor for print at the Houston Business Journal. I’m also co-founder, blogger and social media guru for It’s Not Hou It’s Me, a Houston-centric lifestyle blog, as seen on TV.

At HBJ, I write profiles, Q&As, strategy stories, and web pieces. I manage and post to the publication’s social media, take pictures and even make videos occasionally. However, the bulk of my job is coordinating for our special publications. Along with HBJ, I’ve been published in Houstonia magazine, the Houston Press, The Houston Chronicle and The Daily Cougar, as well as other student-run publications at the University of Houston. I’ve also contributed to the websites of those publications as well as Texas Monthly’s website.

I graduated from the University of Houston in May 2014 and then went on to study magazine and book publishing at New York University, where I received my certificate in publishing in July of 2014.

I have worked with InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, HTML, AP style, and all social media platforms, including Sprout Social. I am deadline driven, organized and able to adjust for any environment. I am a detail-oriented, organized individual with a love for working with people. I love writing, editing and staying ahead of everyone else when it comes to new trends and stories.

I have designed my own website, worked on multiple WordPress sites (like this one!) and maintained many social media accounts.

Please feel free to email me at nataliejharms@gmail.com. signiture

 

 

 

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