- Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, New York, NY (May 2021)
- Master of Science, with a focus on radio reporting and investigative techniques. Wrote and produced 30-minute audio masters project on efforts to increase diversity at New York City’s specialized high schools. Earned class award for radio workshop course.
- University of Washington, Seattle, WA (August 2017)
- Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism), minor in Spanish. Graduated magna cum laude with Interdisciplinary Honors. Phi Beta Kappa. Produced multimedia research project on refugee housing during study abroad program in Berlin.
- Morning Edition host and reporter, KFSK, Petersburg, Alaska (June 2021-present)
- Host local Morning Edition broadcast at station, meeting time stamps for NPR’s national segments and adapting scripts to fit time constraints. Report on local politics, economy, fishing industry and arts as part of Southeast Alaska network.
- Assignment editor, KUSI News (Feb.-May 2018)
- Worked with network of news sources to identify breaking news and set up interviews for local TV station on weekends. Assigned reporters and photographers to cover local police, crime and fires. Oversaw purchase of freelance footage.
- Production assistant, NPR Music, Washington, D.C. (Sept.-Dec. 2017)
- Scheduled and oversaw publication of content for Slingshot, NPR Music’s emerging artist project. Helped organize and produce collaborations with member stations, social media posts, and visual presentation of Slingshot content, Weekend Edition pieces and other aspects of the project. Created editorial guidelines for member stations to use when producing Slingshot content. Edited audio productions for web and radio.
- Features intern, The Seattle Times (March-June 2017)
- Wrote arts, music and entertainment pieces for The Seattle Times. Researched and pitched original story ideas, wrote assigned articles, conducted interviews and worked with editors.
- Research associate, UW Department of History (Sept. 2015-Sept. 2017)
- As part of the Mapping American Social Movements project, created interactive maps of social movements by reading and analyzing newspaper archives and secondary sources. Wrote and edited essay contributions for project website. Mapped 2,600 underground newspapers from the Vietnam War era.
- 2020 Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship, NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists
- Columbia University School of Journalism
- Elaine Exton ('33) Scholarship in Advanced Education Reporting
- Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation Scholarship
- University of Washington
- Phi Beta Kappa, 2017
- Annual Dean's List: 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17
- Pioneer Award for Excellence in Community Journalism, 2017
- John Impola Endowment for Journalism Education, 2016
- UW Purple and Gold Scholarship Award
- Spanish (advanced; able to conduct interviews)
- Audio recording with Tascam DR-40, Tascam DR-100MKIII, and Marantz recorders
- Audio editing with Adobe Audition, Audacity, NPR’s Multitrack Editor
- Digital mapping with Tableau, ArcGIS, ggplot