A meticulous researcher and editor with 19 years of fact-checking experience, Cherisse Harris enjoys working with publications that focus on topics she closely relates to: lifestyle, beauty, and parenting. She is also an avid collector of self-help books and medical journals. She reviews articles for factual accuracy and consistency.
- Worked with multiple publications, including InStyle Magazine, Refinery29, The New York Times, Seventeen, and Details, among others
- 19 years of fact-checking experience
- Fulbright Scholar
Cherisse earned a Fulbright Scholarship during her sophomore year of college, which allowed her to travel to the Netherlands, Paris, and Spain to further develop her writing skills. She has fact-checked for multiple publications, including Refinery29, InStyle, and The New York Times. When she's not writing, she is a mom, an elementary education teacher, and an online English language teacher.
Cherisse received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Western Connecticut State University and two master's degrees: one in English Writing and one in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.
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