Jessica Wozinsky Fleming

Jessica Wozinsky Fleming has more than ten years of experience as a writer and editor. A former magazine editor, she’s been on staff at Rachael Ray Every DayWeight Watchers Magazine and Parade. She’s written about health, fitness, food, beauty and interviewed hundreds of celebrities.

While at Weight Watchers International, Jessica managed social media for the entire U.S. brand, directed their blogger network and penned a weekly fitness column that was translated into multiple languages.

As the Social Media Manager for Parade Media Group, Jessica successfully bridged print, online and social media to tell cohesive, compelling and engaging stories. Her most glamourous workday ever was when she live-tweeted from the Oscars red carpet.

Jessica is an Ironman athlete, three-time marathoner and once ran up all 1,860 steps to the top of the Empire State Building. She continues to have a passion for fitness even though, these days, her main form of exercise is chasing around her four young sons. 

info Subjects


Fitness & Nutrition
Food & Drink
Health & Medicine
Government & Politics

notepad Skills

  • Awards submissions
  • Blog posts
  • Case studies
  • Communications strategy
  • Content marketing
  • Essays
  • Editing
  • E-books
  • Ghostwriting
  • Op-Ed
  • News
  • White papers
  • Web copy

notepad Writing Credits

I’ve written essays, articles and op-eds for The Washington Post, The New York Times, Good Housekeeping, Runner’s World, The New York Post, and New York Daily News, among others. I’m a former magazine editor on staff at Parade, Rachael Ray Every Day, and Weight Watchers Magazine.

star Awards, Honors, Appointments

I wrote the “How to Be Clear During COVID-19” cheat sheet for the healthcare content marketing agency, Aha Media Group. The publication won three awards in 2021, including being selected as a finalist for the 2021 Content Marketing Awards in the “Best Healthcare/Medical Publication” category.

Selected Work

As author, unless indicated otherwise.


Why Roughhousing is Good for Kids, and How to Keep it Safe

Article about how physical play helps boys and girls learn to manage emotions, builds confidence and enhances problem-solving skills.


My Parents Gave Me the Most Common Baby Name, So I Was Determined to Find a Unique One for My Son

Essay about how my common name inspired me to find a unique name for my children in Good Housekeeping magazine.


I Refused to Get An Elf on the Shelf. The Pandemic Changed My Mind. 

An essay about how the pandemic changed my view on the Elf on the Shelf holiday tradition.


The One Thing That's Easing My Election Anxiety Right Now

An essay about how phone banking for my candidate helped ease my election anxiety.


How to do COVID-19 Vaccine Education -- With Examples!

Blog for a healthcare content marketing agency on COVID-19 vaccines.


The Pediatrician Injured My Baby, and It's Proof We Can't Keep Our Kids Perfectly Safe

An essay about a realization I had when my infant was injured at the pediatrician's office.


The BEst Experience I Ever Had at the NYC Marathon Wasn't Running It

An essay about my experience volunteering at the NYC marathon.


New Year's Eve on the Queensboro Bridge

A Metropolitan Diary entry for The New York Times about my experience in a cab in Times Square on New Year's Eve.


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