Kat Haselkorn is a freelance writer, blogger, and digital marketer residing in the Washington, DC area. Born and raised in the District, she left to attend The University of Chicago for four years before returning to the nation’s capital. Her writing has been featured in The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, and Jezebel among other publications of note, and she recently published her first book, Unemployed Kat: Adulting is Hard, which is available for purchase in the Amazon store.
As the Director of Content with Go Fish Digital, Kat strategically built creative campaigns to drive site traffic for an array of clients including healthcare companies, law firms, and e-commerce sites. During her time at Go Fish, Kat was named a “social media guru” by The Washington Post in an article discussing tactics for improving your online presence, and was a featured blogger at DC’s Social Media Week.
Kat is the founder of UnemployedKat.com, a popular DC dating blog discussing life and love as a millennial. Her humorous essays about dating and twenty-something romance have been published in the DC Commute Times Commuter Crush column, The WaPo Express, and Washingtonian.