Nikki MacCallum is a New York City based writer and performer and the author of literary memoir, Dry Run (stay tuned for information regarding book release). Originally from the Boston area, she holds a Bachelor of Music from New York University.  In 2011 she conceived and co-wrote the script to Matchmaker Matchmaker I’m Willing to Settle!, an Off-Broadway musical about Internet dating that premiered at the American Repertory Theatre’s second stage, OBERON in 2011. The piece went on to have four other productions.  Her essay, Passing a Parent, was published in 2016 in an anthology titled The I’Mpossible Project by Josh Rivedal and she is also the author of the blog Putting Out! which deals with opportunities in life to put ourselves out there!

In 2015, Nikki was one of fifty-one entrepreneurs world-wide interviewed in Sarah Centrella's best selling book, Hustle Believe Receive, an 8-Step Plan to Changing your Life and Living your Dream.  The book also includes interviews with NFL running back, Jonathan Stewart, NBA power forward Anthony Tolliver, and Morgan Stanley Executive Director, Kimberly Hatchett, among others.  Shortly after the release, she was one of four individuals highlighted in this book selected to speak on a panel for a featured segment aired on ABC News.

As a performer, her original solo acts have appeared at 54 Below and Lincoln Center, and she has been featured on VH1 and in various theatrical productions across the country. In 2013 she performed as a soloist at Birdland along side Tony Award Winners, Donna McKechnie and Jerry Mitchell. Her original one woman shows, Matchmaker Matchmaker I’m Willing to Settle! And Familiar Things both garnered MAC award nominations.  She is a member of the Actor’s Equity Association.

Outside of the artistic world, Nikki is Senior Vice President of Sales and Operations at Cyber Search Global, a company specializing in litigation technology staffing and career development.  Nikki sits on the board of directors of Women in eDiscovery, an organization advocating for women in the technology space and also launched their nation wide blog in 2014.  She’s an avid runner (Providence Marathon 2011, NYC Marathon, 2016), scrabble player, and a die-hard New England Pats fan. #freebrady.