Welcome to my portfolio! Here you’ll find a collection of my work as a
reporter, producer, blogger and newscaster.
Currently, I am a reporter with the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting, based at 89.3 WFPL in Louisville. I focus mostly on state government accountability stories, but since it is Kentucky, I’ve also done stories on basketball and the Derby.
Before coming to Kentucky, I was a reporter with Keystone Crossroads, an NPR member station collaboration that reported on the challenges facing Rust Belt cities across Pennsylvania. Post-coal, post-steel, post-industry, what’s left? I spent two years digging into those questions from WPSU in State College.
I started my professional reporting career as a Kroc Fellow at NPR. I blogged for Goats and Soda, NPR’s Global Health blog, right as Ebola was exploding across West Africa. I reported for the national desk, creating features that aired on All Things Considered and Morning Edition. I worked at member station KCUR in Kansas City, Missouri as a general assignment reporter and newscaster. I also worked as a producer for Weekend Edition.
In college, I reported across Central America, covering the emerging maternal health crisis in Nicaragua and El Salvador for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and interning for the Nicaragua Dispatch, an English-language newspaper based in Granada, Nicaragua.
I have a degree in Political Communication from The George Washington University, where I graduated with honors.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, leads or musings.