Trisha Sprouse

Former Branded Content Editor
As the former Branded Content Editor, Trisha oversaw the creation of editorial, social, and email content for all sponsored campaigns. She loves getting to apply her creative lens at work, writing and producing content that helps brands tell their stories and helps our readers discover products they will genuinely love.
  • Location: Jacksonville, FL
  • Education: California State University, Northridge
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For the better part of a decade, Trisha has worked with editorial teams and brands to create compelling content across a wide range of formats, including articles, videos, and photography. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Domino, Martha Stewart, Food52, Country Living, Apartment Therapy, Hunker, and Buzzfeed.


Prior to joining The Everygirl, Trisha was a DIY editor and producer for many years and has been fortunate to win three Webby Awards throughout her career. She oversaw the DIY, Crafts, and Entertaining verticals at eHow before pivoting into video production. She was also a longtime contributor at Hunker and Apartment Therapy and previously wrote a monthly DIY column for Semihandmade.

Fun Stuff

Trisha lived in Los Angeles for over 15 years before relocating to Florida, where she now lives with her husband and 7-year-old twins. She loves strolling through antique stores, taking impromptu road trips, watching period pieces, and snapping way too many photos of her kids.

About The Everygirl Media Group

Whether she is searching for her dream job or a new city to call home; is saving for a down payment or a ticket to travel the world; is learning to cook or speak another language, she needs a bit of guidance, she wants to be inspired.

She is The Everygirl. This is for her.

Over the past ten years, The Everygirl has grown to become a household name in online media, providing millions of women around the globe with a daily dose of inspiration and guidance. By offering detailed in-depth features, career profiles, relatable first-hand accounts, and how-to guides, The Everygirl inspires women toward leading a well-rounded, financially sound, and stylish life.