Editing & Producing


What's with Washington?

I edited and produced WAMU's "What's with Washington?" project. This innovative storytelling initiative answers listeners' questions about the region and is some of the newsroom's most successful content of 2016. These segments demonstrate my creativity and my passion for innovative storytelling.


Breaking News Coverage

During my time at WAMU, I took the lead editing and producing various breaking news events. I am a strong breaking news journalist with a proven to ability to meet tight deadlines, assign reporters, edit stories, and direct talent during high-pressure breaking news events.


Sound Editing

At WAMU, sound editing for features and major series would often fall to me because of my superb editing and attention to detail.

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From Institution To Inclusion

For D.C. residents with developmental disabilities, it’s been a decades-long fight to be treated like everyone else.



Inside Virginia's Car-Title Loan Industry





I conducted research, prepared interview questions, assisted with interviewing sources, and transcribed interviews for Kavitha Cardoza's series about children living with HIV and AIDS.


American Way of Life magazine

During my time at AWOL, I transformed the publication from an opinion outlet for progressive ideas to an award-winning in-depth and investigative outlet for student journalists. I also won two Mark of Excellence Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists—one for my reporting on anti-loitering laws in D.C. targeting sex workers and another for editing a piece about child sex trafficking in D.C.