I’m an associate producer at ABC Channel 10 News. My role consists of scriptwriting, editing and arranging news segments for broadcast TV.
I have also spent the last two years freelance journalist writing for Forbes, Climate Central, Miami New Times and New Times Broward-Palm Beach. I specialize in science and business coverage. Bylines include print and broadcast stories for USA Today, NPR, PBS NewsHour, WJCT Jacksonville, The Rivard Report, WVLT TV, Delaware News Journal, Elite Daily, Elephant Journal, Face the Current and Film Threat.
With an M.A. in Investigative Journalism and a B.S. in political science, I’ve been trained in data mining, Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator, G-Suite, Final Cut Pro X, SEO and Microsoft Office. I’m also very comfortable using CMS editors such as WordPress and Foundation.
From the vibrant, bustling streets of London to the scenic, sustainable towns in Sweden, I spent four years working and studying abroad. Along the way, I picked up elementary proficiency in Spanish and Swedish.
My time in London led me to learn about business development and gave way to a deep-rooted interest in trends of technology. In under two years, as an early twentysomething, I helped scale a startup from pre-seed to post Series A. When I took my leave from the SaaS brand to pursue reporting, the company had a valuation of ten million USD.
While in Sweden, studying abroad and pursuing my masters, I created, hosted and produced a college radio show. In the short six months it was on-air, the show skyrocketed past average ratings for the station, leading it to become the highest rated international program on K103.
Nowadays, I’m permanently back in Florida, where I was born and raised. I spend my free time exploring the enigmatic cybersphere of breaking news and venture capital.