As editor-in-chief, Jaimie Seaton oversees all of the content at HealthyWomen.org. Jaimie has been a journalist and writer for more than 25 years and has lived and worked all over the world. She began her career in Washington, DC, in the press office of the Clinton/Gore Presidential Transition and then went on to the DC bureau of the Sunday Times of London. From there, Jaimie moved to Johannesburg, where she reported for the Sunday Times of London, Newsweek and Independent News & Media — the largest local newspaper group in the country. She was also the founding editor of Africa Focus, a mining journal covering sub-Saharan Africa.
After a few years back in the U.S., Jaimie relocated to Singapore, where she focused her reporting on the marketing industry. (For fun, she started a company that imported Jack Rogers shoes from the U.S.) Two years later, she moved to Bangkok, where she became Newsweek's Thailand correspondent and reported on four coups in two years. During a second stint in Singapore, Jaimie was the editor of Marketing Events magazine, covering the MICE industry.
Since moving back to the US in 2012, Jaimie's work has appeared in a wide variety of publications including The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Newsweek, Business Insider, New York Magazine, Marie Claire, Glamour and O, The Oprah Magazine.
At HealthyWomen, Jaimie uses her talents to create content that educates women about a variety of health-related issues and keeps our brand in tip-top shape.
Jaimie is the mother of two children and lives in New Hampshire. When she's not working, Jaimie enjoys taking long walks with her dog Bailey while listening to books.
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