A reporter’s curiosity and a marketer’s mindset
Writing was my first passion and continues to be one of my favorite things to do. I use my journalism background and marketing experience to create stories that are compelling and meet brand objectives.
My first love remains journalism and I look for opportunities to do so whenever I can, whether it’s writing about early risers, a change to the local school schedule, or the story of an LGBTQ veteran who receive an honorable discharge decades after World War II.
I’ve also built on my experience in the McCourtney Institute for Democracy by working with Ethelo, an organization that’s using technology to advance democracy around the world. I’ve written case studies and blog posts demonstrating the tool’s power across a variety of organizations.
- Learning Democracy with Cincinnati’s LBTQ Community – Belt Magazine
- How (and Why) to add Teaching to Your List of Freelance Gigs – Study Hall
- New KUT podcast showcases Austin’s Black community – Current
- Book review: News for the Rich, White, and Blue by Nikki Usher – Cleveland Review of Books
- WMRA podcast reveals stories behind fan-inspired songs – Current
- How Chicago’s City Bureau trains citizens to report on local government – Indie Publisher
- Should businesses take a stand for democracy? – Kaspersky Secure Futures
- Journalism instructors make the most of remote learning – Society of Professional Journalists Quill magazine
- How to navigate trust and truth as an independent podcaster – Timber Media
- Moving from print to podcasts – Bello Collective
- Resettled podcast engages collaborates in storytelling to capture refugee experience – Current
- Let There Be Pierogi — The Statesider
- A Summer of Change Comes to State College — Town&Gown Magazine
- How to Create Effective Podcasts — Inside Higher Ed