About Elana Lyn:
I started Elana Lyn because I wanted to create a space filled with the advice I wish I had known when I graduated from college. After graduating, I became a paralegal at a law firm in New York City. Amidst stacks of briefs, blue books, and binders, I realized how much I missed writing, creativity, and truly having ownership of a project. While I checked brief citations and compiled velo-bound documents, scheduled posts would go out on topics relevant to millennial women.
Elana Lyn is a professional and personal development resource that provides millennial women with actionable job search, career, lifestyle, and wellness advice. More than 100 women from a wide range of industries have been interviewed in the Career Profile series. Elana Lyn has been featured in TIME, Teen Vogue, Fortune, Forbes, Women’s Health, Fast Company, Business Insider, Mashable, Refinery 29, The Huffington Post, Brit + Co, Alley Watch, and more.
My favorite series is my Career Profile series: I share the stories and career paths of women I admire. We can learn so much from like-minded, successful, driven women! I hope people learn something new every time they stop by Elana Lyn.
I’m a content manager at mllnnl; contributor at Forbes, Monster, Thrive, and other publications; and founder of the personal and professional development website, Elana Lyn. Elana Lyn provides millennial women with actionable job search, career, and wellness advice. More than 200 women from a wide range of industries have been interviewed in my Career Profile series for Elana Lyn and Forbes. I have more than 1.3 million pageviews and 1.2 million individual readers per year on Elana Lyn and Forbes. My writing has been published in Forbes, Fortune, TIME, Women’s Health, Business Insider, Teen Vogue, Fast Company, Mashable, Refinery 29, Brit + Co, The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, and more. When I’m not writing, I’m likely to be found in Central Park.