Multimedia Journalist & Photographer
I am graduating in May 2015 from Virginia Commonwealth University with a bachelor's degree in mass communications, with a concentration in print and online journalism.
I hope to continue my career and education in journalism and eventually take my work to an international level.
Here are a few of my most recently published works, written throughout my college career.
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Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn, D-Fairfax, urged support for her proposal addressing the reporting of sexual assaults. (Photo by Kelsey Callahan)
Virginians from across the state converged on the Capitol on Monday to voice differing opinions about the commonwealth’s gun laws.
RICHMOND – Democratic legislators, union officials and advocates for low-income Virginians urged the General Assembly on Tuesday to raise the state’s minimum wage and approve...
Two Northern Virginia legislators, joined by women who offered emotional testimony on their experiences with gun violence, asked their colleagues Thursday to pass laws making it...
The General Assembly has passed a resolution to designate every Jan. 30 as “Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution,” in honor of the Asian American civil...
“Conner’s Law,” which Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed last week, would allow courts to order non-custodial parents to pay support for severely disabled children over age 18.
Cocaine isn’t the only white powder on drug authorities’ radar these days. They’re also targeting Palcohol – powdered alcohol that can turn a glass of water into a mojito. The...
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