I am reporter with Bloomberg Law covering Medicare and a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors and the Online News Association.
I am also an alumna of American University, where I received my Bachelor’s in Journalism.
I have covered everything from Capitol Hill to SEC risk disclosures to the March For Our Lives. I have also spoken on panels for the Power Shift Project, the Newseum’s initiative to eliminate sexual harassment and create opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds in newsrooms.
During my time in college, I spent eight months as an intern on the Metro desk at The Washington Post, a summer interning with Bloomberg BNA on their corporate and transactional news desk and a semester interning with The Durango Herald as their Washington Correspondent. I started my career in journalism at my high school newspaper, where I rose to be editor-in-chief of the nationally-ranked website.
I am passionate about making policy understandable for everyone and making a career in journalism accessible for those from marginalized backgrounds.