Hello! I’m a journalism student at Boston University and I’ll graduate this May. In the meantime, I’m working with WBUR as their spring undergraduate fellow.
Recently, I collaborated with GBH News on an investigation highlighting a program meant to clean up Springfield neighborhoods. My reporting and data analysis helped show that the program took homes from their owners and put them in the hands of the private businesses hired to do the repairs.
I’ve also written for the Daily Dot as their public records intern, focusing on the cost of ransomware attacks on schools. Another of my stories for the Daily Dot revealed that a late billionaire’s cryptocurrency fortune long thought to be lost had actually been tied up in probate court for years.
Previously, I researched and did data analysis and visualization for Gray Television’s DC bureau, which serves local TV stations across the country. While I was an intern there in summer 2021, my work showed the ubiquity of dangerous lead plumbing and how meat monopolies hurt ranchers.
My writing, photography, and video work has been published in local Massachusetts papers including the Cambridge Chronicle and the Belmont Citizen-Herald. I’ve covered a wide range of daily local news topics, from School Committee meetings to farmers markets.
My main interests are data and investigative journalism. I can scrape, clean, and visualize data, as well as run SQL queries. I also have experiencing obtaining and negotiating for public records from state and federal agencies.