Sydney Haymond

Sydney Haymond is the Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief, Laura Brown, and an Editorial Coordinator for InStyle. She focuses on highlighting Badass Women, trying to sneak in a sports story every so often and her obsessions with skincare and CBD. She is based in Manhattan but originally hails from Georgia (go dawgs!).
The reporter on her experience reporting at the U.S.-Mexico border, her ambitions, and the post-grad career change that started it all.
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Valerie Taylor has swum with sharks in a bikini, with Chris Hemsworth in a wetsuit, and with herself tied to a harpooned whale like a piece of bait.
Annie Jean-Baptiste and Angelica McKinley are making the internet a more inclusive place.
The planet's boldest allies are its youngest residents. Listen to what they have to say about protecting the future.
Even after suffering a crocodile attack, she's hard at work combatting the misinformation that's rampant in ecological fields — and paving the way for Latina women like her in science.
A new kind of sexual harassment is on the rise during the pandemic, and Fonda isn't having it.
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With film studios establishing the new Black Hollywood and blue streaks re-charting our country’s political future, Atlanta is creating ripple effects felt around the world. This portfolio celebrates the city’s collective power and rich tapestry of creative talent.
From restoring trust in science and government, to prioritizing the marginalized communities hit hardest thus far, this team has a huge job ahead. The good news? They're ready.
We sit down with the Browns’ Callie Brownson and Washington’s Jennifer King, who say the influx of women in pro ball is “starting to get hard to ignore.” Finally.