Erica Puisis

Erica Puisis

Highlights

Erica loves sharing her insights on top trending and mainstay products for the home. As a writer and lifestyle expert, she creates ongoing content for top interior designers, residential and commercial furniture manufacturers, and has also contributed to leading smart home blogs like Smart Home Solver and TechDigg. A background in legal research and a degree in business lends a practical tone to Erica's articles.

Experience

Erica's background is in legal research and business administration but she has also worked as a social media specialist, copywriter, and editor. She creates ongoing content for top interior designers, residential and commercial furniture manufacturers, and has also contributed to leading smart home blogs like Smart Home Solver and TechDigg.

Education

Erica has her Bachelor of Business Administration from Baker College.

Verywell work:

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