Leah Rumack is an award-winning writer and editor who has worked on countless Canadian brands including FASHION, The KitElle, Chatelaine, Refinery29, The Globe and Mail, EnRoute, Best Health, The Toronto Star, Today’s ParentToronto LifeFlare, Reader’s Digest, HuffPost, Now Magazine, The Goods, Broadview Magazine and the National Post. She’s been a producer at Marketplace on CBC Television and a writer for Trailblazers, a podcast from Pacific Content. She’s produced stories and scripts on everything from anarchists and Chanel to breastfeeding and crafts, and is the co-creator of Pioneer Girl, a television comedy series that was included in the Women In Film & Television 2019 digital series incubator. 

Leah is the beauty products columnist for Refinery29 Canada and the I Tried It columnist for The Kit. Her most recent staff position was Deputy Editor at Today’s Parent, where she oversaw content across all of its platforms, was the brand specialist for toys, travel and books, co-created over 50 animated shorts and wrote the popular #ThisIsMyLife comic. She’s created branded content for many corporate clients including Visit Orlando, Medela, Advil, Imagine Canada, Mars Discovery District, The United Way and McDonald’s.

Leah’s favourite things are talking about herself in the third person, pasta and exacting petty revenge. She has special interests in humour writing and travel, beauty and lifestyle journalism. She has big ideas that she’s going to get into writing for television. You can sometimes catch her performing standup at places where you really just wanted to buy a muffin.

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