Lucy Silberman Verywell Mind

Lucy Silberman

Director of Production, Dotdash Labs

Education

University of California, Santa Cruz

Highlights

Experience

Lucy cut her teeth in magazine publishing, working with some of the industry’s most renowned editors, creative directors, writers, and photographers. Prior to joining Dotdash, she produced original, experiential content for MSG Sphere, tying together elements of film, theater, virtual reality, and other world-building experiences. Lucy has produced award-winning magazine issues, brand reinventions, innovative digital product development and launches, coffee table books, product lines and more—basically, if you have an idea, she can make it happen.

Education

Lucy graduated from the University of California at Santa Cruz with a B.A. in Literature.

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