Hi! I’m a reporter at WHYY, Philadelphia's NPR member station. I cover urban policy, infrastructure, and economic development. Before this, I was an editor at CFO magazine, where I wrote about growth companies, strategy, accounting, and other topics.
Before CFO, I interned for WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, where I wrote newscasts and health articles and reported a six-minute piece for Morning Edition on urban sex trafficking and prostitution. I also wrote newscasts and produced oral history interviews for WRNI (now RIPR), Providence’s NPR station.
I graduated from Brown in 2010. While in school, I wrote for the Brown Daily Herald and reported radio pieces on national and local issues for WBRU-FM in Providence.
You can reach me at [email protected]
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