I’m from San Francisco, California. Between 2019 and 2020, I was a Washington, D.C.-based associate editor and staff writer for FCW, a trade publication where I covered the federal workforce and government information technology. I will be attending Columbia Journalism School for a masters’ program in the fall of 2020.
I have also been a freelance writer since 2017.
I have written about climate change, police brutality, gentrification, sex work, oversight of artificial intelligence, bias in algorithms, Silicon Valley, the gig economy, the deadly California Camp Fire, the impact of COVID-19 on federal agencies, the claims backlog at the Department of Veterans Affairs, and leftist politics in Appalachia, just to name a few.
My writing has been published in The New Republic, SF Weekly, Curbed, The Baffler, The Strikewave, and others. I’m a former intern for The American Prospect and Roads & Kingdoms.
I won second place for “Best National Feature Story” from the International Labor Communications Association in October 2019 for my story on the Sacramento City Teachers Association.
Professional affiliations: National Writers’ Union, IWW Freelance Journalists’ Union, the Society for Professional Journalists, and Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc (IRE).