I am a reporter with Bloomberg Law covering health-care oversight on Capitol Hill and writing unique enterprise stories.

I am also an alumna of American University, where I received my Bachelor’s in Journalism and a member of the Investigative Reporters and Editors. I was a participant in the 2018 Wharton Seminars for Business Journalists, a program to help journalists better understand business issues.

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. I attended the SRCCON:POWER conference in December 2018 to look at how power operates in newsrooms and our relationships with the communities we cover.

During my time in college, I interned on the Metro desk at The Washington Post, the corporate and transactional news desk at Bloomberg BNA, and served as the Washington Correspondent for The Durango Herald. 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.