Telling truth to power is what motivates me as a journalist.
I am a recent graduate of American University with my Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. I am reporter with Bloomberg Law covering health-care policy. I am also a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors.
During college, I spent nine 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.
During college, I was also a freelance writer for Media File and a freelance social media producer for The Hill, running Facebook Live streams and their Snapchat. I have also edited pieces published in The Washington Post, NBC News, The Hill and Huff Post.
I began my career in journalism as a staff writer, then Editor-in-Chief for Scot Scoop News, the online news publication for Carlmont High School. During my two years as Editor-in-Chief, Scot Scoop received the National Scholastic Press Association Online Pacemaker, the highest award for high school journalism, and has since gone on to receive that award again (and many others).
National Scholastic Press Association Online Pacemaker 2014
NSPA Best of Show Spring 2014 – First Place
Journalism Education Association National Write-Off Competition 2014: News Editing / Headline Writing – Excellent
Northern California Press Women 2013 High School Communications Contest: Features – Second Place
Northern California Press Women 2014 High School Communications Contest: Editorial – Third Place