I am a reporter with Bloomberg Law covering the Department of Health and Human Services and the federal public health response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

I am focused on how the Biden administration is working to expand health care coverage, what their health messaging is, and what they actually do to make their goals happen. I am also looking at how the administration is fixing the problems that received renewed attention during the pandemic and how they prepare for the next pandemic, including improving medical supply chains.
I am passionate about making a career in journalism accessible for those from marginalized backgrounds and spend my free time on initiatives that work toward that goal.
I’m a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists, the Investigative Reporters and Editors, and the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing.

American Society of Business Publication Editors National Silver Award for online single topic coverage by a team

American Society of Business Publication Editors Regional Silver Award for online single topic coverage by a team

Society of Professional Journalists DC Chapter Dateline Award finalist for online beat reporting

Bloomberg TV Apperance

Bloomberg Radio-“Trump Ties Medicare Drug Cost to Rates Paid by Other Nations'”

Select Prior Work

The Washington Post

“With ‘Moscow Muellers’ and other promos, D.C. businesses bank on Trump themes”-June 24, 2018 (enterprise story)

“D.C. college students seek a voice in communities beyond campus”-May 23, 2018 (enterprise story)

“Never again!’ Students demand action against gun violence in nation’s capital”-March 24, 2018 (contributing byline on an A1 story)

“D.C. high school students plan and attend civil rights summit”-January 12, 2018

“As a high school student during the Vietnam War, she wore her protest on her sleeve”-December 15, 2017

“Washington-area schools show a building commitment to science”-November 26, 2017 (enterprise story)

“Democrat Ralph Northam defeats Ed Gillespie in race for Virginia governor closely watched by national parties”-November 8, 2017 (contributing byline on an A1 story)

“Confederate flag posters, with cotton attached, found at American University”-September 27, 2017 (co-written breaking news story)

Bloomberg BNA

Technology IPOs Likely to Rebound in 2017, Deal Lawyers Say“-August 4, 2017 (TOP on Bloomberg Terminal)

Airlines, Food and Drug Stores Most Active in Antitrust Cases“-August 2, 2017 (enterprise story involving data analysis, TOP on Bloomberg Terminal)

Corporate Cyber Risk Disclosures Jump Dramatically in 2017“-July 27, 2017 (enterprise story involving data analysis, TOP on Bloomberg Terminal)

“More Companies Cite Activism as a Risk in Financial Disclosures”-July 7, 2017 (enterprise story involving data analysis, TOP on Bloomberg Terminal)

“Law Enforcement Adapts to Using Cryptocurrency to Catch Criminals”-June 26, 2017 (enterprise story)

The Durango Herald

“Senate defeats attempt to undo BLM’s methane rule”-May 10, 2017 (scoop)

“Cory Gardner, Scott Tipton want BLM headquarters moved west”-May 9, 2017 (exclusive interview with Gardner)

“Colorado leaders bridge the divide”-May 6, 2017 (enterprise story)

“Friends find Gorsuch smart, affable”-March 20, 2017 (enterprise story)

“Politicians buried in calls, emails from constituents”-February 10, 2017 (co-byline enterprise story)