Laura Hensley is a national lifestyle reporter with a keen interest in health, women’s issues and pop culture.
She has travelled a lot throughout her journalism career — from Reykjavik to report on Iceland’s growing tourism industry to New York City to investigate complaints at a yoga school.
Laura is formerly a staff writer at FLARE magazine and her work has appeared in places like Chatelaine, Toronto Life, National Post, FASHION Magazine and MTV. When she’s not working, she enjoys travelling to new places, watching documentaries and helping nurture her jungle apartment.
Laura earned both her master of journalism and bachelor of design at Ryerson University.
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