Maggie makes her home in New York City, where she can be found strolling through Central Park, petting random people's puppies, and enjoying $3 sangria on Thursdaynights. As Verily's former managing editor, Maggie is now writing her story and hopes to one day publish a book. Follow along at maggieniemiec.com.
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