I am an aspiring writer and graduate of Boston University‘s Journalism master’s program.

After being the Assistant Managing Editor of Boston University News Service in the spring of 2020, I became the Managing Editor for fall 2020, remotely managing staff and writers covering local and national news.

I worked with the Daily Hampshire Gazette as part of the Boston University State House Program and I worked as a contributor for Ipswich Local News covering local news and the School Committee beat. Since graduating, I have been a general assignment reporter for MetroWest Daily News, covering everything from city zoning to conservation efforts in MetroWest.

I received a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from Goucher College, and I worked in the Neuroscience Department at Tufts University as a lab technician before my love of storytelling made me turn to journalism and communications.

I’m interested in politics on the local and national level, science journalism and making graphs. In my free time, I try to pet as many dogs as possible. I also love skiing, biking and reading.