Line Producer, 5/18 - present


Associate Producer, 11/16 - 4/18



Reporter/Producer, 4/16 - 11/16


The Riverdale Press

Associate Editor, 4/15 - 4/16


I am in charge of producing The Takeaway's live feed at 9am and with keeping the show up to date throughout the day. The job is a combination of executing the dayside team's plan from the day before, by managing the pre-show schedule of interviews and tracking, cutting interviews, and editing scripts, and changing the show to reflect the latest news. I also help with the editorial direction of the show, from daily input to overseeing large projects like the show's trip to Miami and a weeklong series on women & rage, and play a key role in the show's sound design, like creating this show open on the March for Our Lives protest.

I do this in addition to everything I did as an associate producer for the show (see below), and I'm also trained in the show's technical director position.


I am an associate producer for The Takeaway, WNYC's national news program. As part of the core team, I pitch stories, book guests, prep interviews, write web copy, cut two-ways, and create fully mixed pieces. I cover all sorts of stories, but particularly love things that are: West Coast-centric, geeky pop culture, or about cool ladies. Ideally, all three. I work the morning shift, producing the live show at 9am. I am also trained to do the technical director position.  


I was a freelance reporter/producer, primarily for radio outlets. I spent most of my time as a per diem associate producer for WNYC's national news show The Takeaway. There I have produced stories on everything from homelessness in America to Pokemon Go. In June, I reported a feature story for the WNYC newsroom about the city's IDNYC program


I wrote 5-6 stories a week for a community newspaper that covers the diverse northwest Bronx, in addition to editing several weekly features, news briefs, and obituaries. I covered everything from ongoing school stories to zoning issues to environmental concerns. Some of my investigative pieces have become the most-viewed stories on the website. As Associate Editor, I also managed the interns. I was promoted from Education Reporter in February 2016 and received 1st place in education coverage from the New York Press Association.



Reporter/Producer, 2/13 - 2/15

I reported and produced feature-length stories for KALW’s daily news show Crosscurrents. I covered all sorts of stories, from a night on a San Jose city bus that many homeless use as a shelter to a fun explainer about the Golden Gate Bridge. Most stories took several weeks, but I turned some around in a day like this one. I also represented KALW on the national level, in NPR newscast spots, Marketplace features, and I have been interviewed live on the Takeaway. I started as a volunteer reporter in September 2012.



On-call Reporter, 9/13 - 2/15

I filled in as a General Assignment reporter about two weeks out of the month. I reported between 2-3 stories a day for the daily newscasts, mostly in the form of spots, cut & scripts, and blog posts. I also filed debriefs from the field, both live or recorded. Some big stories include the Ferguson protests, BART strikes, and the Google Bus controversy. I began as an intern in June 2013. 


Transportation Nation


I reported audio stories and blog posts on Bay Area transportation issues for KALW and Transportation Nation, a project of WNYC. I covered everything from major issues like tracking the cost overruns in the new Bay Bridge to people who use social media to track down stolen bikes



National Desk Intern, NPR West

January 2012 - May 2012

Production Intern, Marketplace Morning Report

September 2011 - december 2011

News Intern, KPCC Southern California Public Radio

June 2011 - August 2011