Hope is a journalist in Louisville, KY and an adjunct instructor at Indiana University. Her work has been featured in The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Hairpin, the Harvard Review, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Louisville Magazine, JSTOR Daily, the Nieman Journalism Lab, The Paris Review, Playboy, The Rumpus, MIT’s Undark Magazine, VICE, the Village Voice, Vox, and other publications. She is also a featured author in a 2018 collection by Verso Books entitled Where Freedom Starts: Sex Power Violence #MeToo: A Verso Report.
From 2015-2017, she was a staff writer for TechRepublic, a division of CBS Interactive. (See articles here). She previously hosted a podcast for IdeaFestival. Previously, Hope worked at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard and earned a Master of Liberal Arts in Journalism at the Harvard Extension School. She is an alum of Bowdoin College, where she majored in psychology and minored in education. Originally from Southampton, NY, she has lived in Brunswick, ME, Copenhagen, Denmark, Cambridge, MA, and, most recently, Louisville––where she drinks bourbon cocktails and walks the loop at Cherokee Park.