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She is a contributing editor for Marie Claire and a former staff editor of People magazine's website.

Her career in journalism shifted from editor to media advocate when she came out publicly as a trans woman in a 2011 Marie Claire article, written by Kierna Mayo in Mock's voice.

Mock has stated, in a Q&A with Tribune Business News, that her heroes and influences have been women writers such as Zora Neale Hurston, Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, and Toni Morrison. , she continued to work with MSNBC as a guest host for the Melissa Harris-Perry show, host of the Global Citizen Festival, and covered the White House Correspondence Dinner's red carpet for Shift.

She's also a special correspondent for Entertainment Tonight.

Surpassing Certainty, her second memoir, was promised to "pick up where Redefining Realness left off – chronicling 'the journey of finding her way, her voice, and her purpose in her 20s through a series of first experiences.'" Mock wrote the cover story for The Advocate's March 2016 feature on De Ray Mckesson, titled "Why De Ray Mckesson Matters" The film was produced by Mock along with director Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.

Mock also interviewed the cast, which features eleven prominent transgender figures: Laverne Cox, Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, Buck Angel, Kylar Broadus, Caroline Cossey, Shane Ortega, Alok Vaid-Menon, Nicole Maines, Bamby Salcedo, Amos Mac and Caitlyn Jenner.

In 2016, Mock wrote the forward for On Christopher Street: Transgender Stories, a book of photos and stories by famed photographer, Mark Seliger.

In 2017, Surpassing Certainty, Mock's second memoir, was published.

It is the first book written by a trans person who transitioned as a young person.

is an American writer, TV host, and transgender rights activist.

Her debut book, the memoir Redefining Realness, became a New York Times bestseller.

This book is a life map for transformation" while Melissa Harris-Perry said, "Janet does what only great writers of autobiography accomplish—she tells a story of the self, which turns out to be a reflection of all humanity." Shortly after signing her book deal, she left her position as an editor at where she had worked for more than five years.

Janet went on to host Take Part Live and her own culture show, So POPular! The weekly digital series takes a look at cultural issues and breaks down all of the things we pretend we're too smart to like.

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