About Emilie & Puttylike | About the Puttylike Team
Greetings multipotentialites! Emilie here.
For about three years, I ran Puttylike entirely by myself. But as the site grew, I began to feel that the community would benefit from some new voices, perspectives, and input.
Keen to push Puttylike forward, I gradually started bringing other smart, creative, and curious multipotentialites on board.
Over time, the team here at Puttylike has grown and I couldn’t be more proud to say that I now work alongside one of the most interesting and passionate groups of people around.
Allow me to introduce you to the Puttyteam!
Emilie Wapnick: Writer, Founder, and Creative Director
Emilie Wapnick is the Founder and Creative Director at Puttylike, where she helps multipotentialites integrate ALL of their interests into their lives. Unable to settle on one path herself, Emilie studied music, art, film production and law, graduating from the Law Faculty at McGill University. She is an occasional rock star, a paleo-friendly eater and a wannabe
scientist carpenter. Learn more about Emilie here or follow her on Twitter @emiliewapnick.
Joel Zaslofsky: Connections and Operations Officer for the Puttytribe
Joel Zaslofsky is the Connections and Operations Officer for the Puttytribe, the multipotentialite podcaster behind the popular Smart and Simple Matters podcast, and gives away his best resources at JoelZaslofsky.com. He would also love to help you have simplicity your way, at your speed, and with your people through SimpleREV Local – a movement at the crossroads of simple-living and community-building.
When he’s not enjoying nature, making his wife smile, or playing with his two young sons around Edina, Minnesota, Joel’s busy experimenting, being Paleo, reigniting his personal renaissance, and Experience Curating.
Neil Hughes: Staff Writer & Puttytribe Moderator
Neil Hughes is the author of Walking on Custard & the Meaning of Life, a comical and useful guide to life with anxiety. Along with writing more books, he puts his time into standup comedy, computer programming, public speaking and other things from music to video games to languages. He struggles to answer the question “so, what do you do?” and is worried that the honest answer is probably “procrastinate.” He would like it if you found him at www.walkingoncustard.com and on Twitter as @enhughesiasm.
Valerie Wernet: Analog Editor
is a poet, editor, letterpress printmaker, and the Coordinator at Portland Underground Grad School, with a knack for turning harebrained schemes into glorious realities. She holds an MFA in Writing from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, and an interdisciplinary BA from The Evergreen State College.