I’m a reporter passionate about enterprise reporting, analyzing trends, using innovative multimedia tools and telling the stories of those often overlooked or unnoticed.
I currently cover business for the Times Union in Albany, New York as a Hearst Journalism Fellow. I write about retail, small businesses, real estate and other business topics. I recently produced a multimedia project on disability benefits and how lengthy wait times affect families’ financial and mental well-being. If you have a tip or a story to share, you can reach me at 518-454-5018 or firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to hear from you!
Before moving to Albany, I spent a year at the News & Observer in Raleigh, North Carolina. I wrote stories for the metro, business and feature sections and produced a two-part series on immigrant farm workers in North Carolina, which received a third-place award for business writing from the North Carolina Press Association this year.
I’m originally from South Florida, the hub of wacky news, and I’ve interned for USA TODAY and the New York Post, among other media outlets. I’m also a graduate of The King’s College, where I studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics and served as editor-in-chief of the student-run newspaper.