From 2013 to 2017, I was managing editor of Stanford University’s in-house local news startup Peninsula Press, program manager for the Stanford Journalism Program and an affiliate of the Stanford Computational Journalism Lab.

I am currently a producer at ProPublica Illinois in Chicago, ProPublica's first regional investigative newsroom. I also contribute toward the Stanford Open Policing Project, an interdisciplinary effort to help researchers, journalists and policymakers investigate and improve interactions between police and the public.

My work has been published at NPR, The Marshall Project, Vox’s Eater, OZY Media, Knight Foundation and Stanford School of Engineering. I previously worked at Mashable and NBC News Digital. I have my master’s degree in journalism from Stanford University (MA '12), where I explored digital media entrepreneurship, design thinking projects and data journalism. I completed my bachelor’s degree in Broadcast News Journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder (BS '11).