About Honeybee

Welcome to Honeybee – a newsletter featuring conversations with female-identifying people about culture, politics, art, activism and more. People who, in small or large ways, are grappling with the issues of power, gender, and their place in society. 

To be clear, this is a feminist platform. This is about power, in all of its forms. Honeybee is our campaign to amplify stories that matter and to cultivate a community that wants to ask the tough questions this moment demands. 

Here at Honeybee we’ll be featuring interviews with women who fascinate us and women we want to learn from. Make sure to sign up for our newsletter – we’ll be coming to an inbox near you soon. 

A driving part of the Honeybee mission is about conversation and community, so we invite you to tell us what you think, who you want to hear from, and what issues matter to you. Send us a DM, an email, text us if you have our numbers, get things going in the IG comments section. 

We have big plans for Honeybee and we want you with us on this journey. 

Let’s do this.

Beth, Clare, and Danielle 


Meet The Founders

Beth is an L.A.-based brand strategist and culture writer, with an M.A. in Global Communication. Interests include rescue dogs, being outside (and upside-down) and homemade pie crust.

Favorite book: Telling Stories by Joan Didion 
Go to drink: a Tommy’s marg or a chilled natural red 
Last meal: Marcella Hazan tomato sauce on store bought pasta.


Clare is a graphic designer and art director with a background in editorial design and advertising. She’s originally from Minnesota (you betcha) but is currently living and working in Amsterdam.


Favorite book: Difficult Women by Roxane Gay
Go to drink: Cheap beer or a bubbly Pet-Nat
Last meal: The Classic Pizza with Mike’s Hot Honey at Emmy Squared


Danielle is a writer, researcher, and aspiring women’s rights lawyer. She has a M.A. in History from UNC Chapel Hill. She currently lives in the Bay Area, but is plotting her return to Los Angeles.


Favorite book: The White Album by Joan Didion 
Go to drink: anything from Helen’s Wines
Last meal: french fries and red wine