About Me

In January 2022 I began working as a researcher and writer for The Climate 202, a daily morning newsletter at The Washington Post that keeps readers up to date on the hottest climate change news and policy. I spend most of my time reporting from the newsroom or on Capitol Hill.

I graduated from American University with a master’s degree in journalism and public affairs in 2022, and received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and sociology from American University in 2021.

In the past I interned in the Documentary and Special Projects Unit at Voice of America, earning a production credit on a recent film about press freedom in Turkey. I also played an active role as a Senior Editor for The World vertical at The Tempest, where I launched a column focused on media issues globally and served as head editor for all coverage related to the 2020 presidential election.

Last September I began working alongside Pulitzer Prize winners and investigative reporters on long-term projects at The Washington Post through a graduate class at American University. At that time, I was also a local new contributor for The Wash.org.