Caroline Ryan Cunningham is a writer, editor, and content marketing copy writer who works out of offices, coffee shops, and subway stations throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area. She’s loved writing since the third grade, when she wrote the first pages to a very promising spy novel that has yet to hit shelves nationwide.
She earned her B.A. in English Writing from Wheaton College, Ill., graduating Magna Cum Laude. Starting as a freshman, Caroline edited the Arts & Entertainment section of The Wheaton Record and wrote “A Day in Wicker Park,” a snarky service spread on Chicago’s hipster Wicker Park neighborhood that won her first place for an entertainment supplement from the Illinois College Press Association. In her senior year, Caroline became the editor in chief of The Wheaton Record, launching the publication’s first-ever online edition and grappling with issues that made national news.
After graduating college in three years, Caroline returned to her home town, Cincinnati, Ohio, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing for inspirational speaker and nationally best-selling author, Curtis Zimmerman.
Caroline relocated to Washington, DC in August 2014 when she began an editorial fellowship at Washingtonian. In December, she accepted a position as the magazine’s assistant fashion editor, as well as the assistant editor of Washingtonian Bride & Groom, covering weddings and retail for the two respective magazines, as well as writing longer pieces including a feature story on a local runner and service stories on self defense and urgent cares.
Currently, Caroline serves as an associate editor at Washingtonian, covering health, fitness, and lifestyle stories for the print magazine and website.