Alice Broster

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Location
London, UK
School
University Of Sheffield
Expertise
Books, Movies, Health & Wellness, Sex & Relationships
  • Alice has been a freelancer for the last few years and focuses on health and wellness. Through her work with Forbes, Bustle, and HuffPost, she's explored everything from politics surrounding bodies to period poverty and maternal and menstrual health. She's passionate about writing health and lifestyle pieces that have a positive spin and exploring new trends.
  • As an entertainment and reality TV buff, Alice has worked in entertainment journalism for the last three years. She's interviewed actors and singers and also developed a nack for spotting and writing up entertainment news.
  • Alice has been covering lifestyle topics over the last five years and believes that a good home hack, beauty secret, and book recommendation is always better shared. She's covered beauty and skincare, homes and interiors, and fitness in the past.

Experience

Alice has worked as a freelance writer and broadcaster for five years. She started writing for a book blog and YouTube channel before working with the BBC and Bustle UK. She loves covering sex and relationships, health and wellness, and reality TV. She’s also passionate about opening up conversations surrounding sex education, consent, and relationships. Alongside writing for The List and Bustle, she covers reproductive, menstrual, and mental health for Forbes. She’s also written for HuffPost, Metro, Independent, and Restless Network. She studied Sociology and Social Policy with a particular focus on the experience of LGBTQ+ students at the University of Sheffield, before getting her masters in Journalism. She started writing for The List in 2021 and covers TV news, the royals, health, and skincare. She thinks every situation is made better when you talk about it (preferably over a cup of coffee.)

Education

She received a BA in Sociology and Social Policy from the University of Sheffield. During her studies she focused on the experience of LGBTQ+ students and sexism on campus. She then went on to complete a Masters in Journalism.
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