I'm a multimedia journalist and graduate student based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Prior to pursuing my M.S. Global Media and Cultures at the Georgia Institute of Technology, I worked as a producer for Georgia Public Broadcasting's PRNDI-winning daily radio program, "On Second Thought." My previous reporting has appeared on NPR, TIME.com, The Trace, and the front page of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. I also worked on the Rio 2016 Olympics at NBC Sports and contributed to numerous investigations, including a Pulitzer finalist, at the AJC and WSB-TV in Atlanta. For that investigation I reported on a doctor who was allowed to continue practicing even after he admitted to sexually abusing multiple patients. Before that, I covered elected judges' failures to comply with campaign finance law, and a high-ranking university administrator's quiet resignation following a harassment complaint.

Between reporting and producing, I spent a year in Brazil as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant. As an undergraduate at the University of Georgia I studied history, Portuguese, and French. I graduated summa cum laude and wrote my history thesis on Atlanta Daily World publisher C.A. Scott and his editorial approach to the civil rights movement.