A writer, speaker, curator, and maker, Lachrista is a cultural critic with over 360,000 followers. She has been interviewed by NPR, NBC, The Red Elephant Foundation, and others. Lachrista has her Master's Degree in Women's & Gender Studies and has written for Bitch Media, Ravishly, Rebellious Magazine For Women, Elephant Journal, Decolonizing Yoga, and more. She is a Soapbox Inc. speaker, and has spoken at colleges, universities, and nonprofits around the world about digital activism, digital consulting, online abuse, feminism, learning disabilities, domestic and sexual violence, Italianità, and more.
Lachrista has published two books: the first, an anthology called, Olive Grrrls: Italian North American Women & The Search For Identity, in which she was the editor, and the second, a book of poems titled, Leftovers. Lachrista's writing was also published in the anthology, Post-Traumatically Stressed Feminist. She is currently writing a new book called, Guerrilla Feminism, represented through Howland Literary.
She lives in Madison, Wisconsin (with pieces of her heart in Italy), practices stregoneria, and is a Librarian-in-Training.