She is an American journalist, who currently works as a staff writer for the New York Times Magazine and a senior research fellow at Yale Law School. Mostly her work as a writer focuses on family issues, women and law. Her articles about subjects, such as the Hamdan v. Rumsfeld trial, post-abortion syndrome and on bullying and cyber bullying for Slate, called "Bull-E", is well praised in the public.
Accounting her personal life, she is a happily married woman. Detailed information about her marriage is yet unknown to the media but it is confirm that she hasn't divorced her husband as they are totally satisfied with each other's presence. Her husband is an associate professor of history at Yale, with whom she has raised two sons. Currently, the family lives in New Haven, Connecticut.