Arielle Dollinger is a storyteller. Her work as a multimedia journalist has appeared in/on The New York Times, Vice, Forbes.com, Newsday, The Arizona Daily Star, Long Islander Newspapers, and more.
Arielle graduated Stony Brook University in December 2013 with degrees in Journalism and Spanish Language & Literature. Following graduation, she spent a year working as a local newspaper reporter for Long Islander Newspapers -- an umbrella organization that puts out The Long Islander, The Record and the Half Hollow Hills newspapers. During this time, she also started working as a freelance writer for The New York Times.
In February 2015, Arielle started writing for online education marketplace SkilledUp, to which she contributed stories on such topics as breaking technology news, online education, coding, web development ad workplace issues.
In June 2015, Arielle began working at CBS News as a freelance broadcast associate. She left CBS News in November 2015 to pursue a career as a freelance writer, and continues to write for The New York Times. She has ghost-written on such projects as a series of travel guides to New York City and a short book about the life of a nun. She is open to all freelance opportunities.