Jo has chronicled the economics of shot girls in Turtle Bay bars, a support group for failed inventors, tried out to be a Jets cheerleader, begged former New York Governor Jim McGreevey and his ex-wife Dina to stop acting like children and tracked down a kid from Queens who caught Barry Bonds record-breaking ball in San Francisco.
Jo has developed original culture content for WSJ, CNN, Fox, New York, AOL/HuffPo & The Daily Beast,.
After receiving a Masters in Religious Studies at New York University in 2011 Jo has written extensively on various religious traditions for the WSJ and other publications. Her nonfiction book on American nuns, At Your Service will be published in September 2014.
From maternal health in Kenya to inspiring stories in the Amazon to rebuilding in Haiti after the earthquake, Jo travels the world searching for stories that inform and inspire.