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Reporter, Time Magazine and TIME.com
New York, NY | July 2016–Present
Write and report stories for Time's magazine and website on topics including national politics, healthcare and breaking news.
Research and fact check cover stories, features and reviews for Time magazine.
Reporter, International Business Times
New York, NY | September 2015–June 2016
Led coverage of 2016 presidential election and national politics; developed unique angles on topics including money in politics, employment and immigration through live election reporting, analysis and features.
Pitched and wrote two to five stories per day under tight deadlines in high-pressure environment while balancing in-depth reporting on longer enterprise pieces, such as an examination of Arizona laws suppressing the Native American vote ahead of the state’s presidential primary election.
Analyzed trend of foreign policy-focused women voters & correctly predicted they would help Ted Cruz win the Iowa caucuses.
Debunked Donald Trump’s claim that Muslims in N.J. celebrated on 9/11 by telling stories from the day of the attacks.
Data Reporter Intern, FiveThirtyEight
New York, NY | June 2015–September 2015
Wrote a widely-shared piece about how the high cost of training is keeping ballet’s top ranks from becoming diverse.
Reported and wrote data-based stories and blog posts focused on politics, education and criminal justice.
Collected, processed and interpreted data in Excel for the 2016 endorsement tracker to predict trends for that election cycle.
Editorial Intern, TIME Magazine and Time.com
New York, NY | June 2014–August 2014
Pitched, reported and wrote about 60 articles for TIME.com, focused on health, science, crime and culture. Produced original coverage of U.S. citizens with Ebola returning from West Africa and of the investigation of a CDC anthrax scare.
Frequently examined scientific studies, reported critically on new findings and helped produce videos to complement TIME Magazine’s science coverage.
Operated TIME’s main social accounts, tracked analytics, analyzed competitor strategies and developed social plans.
Editorial Intern, TIME For Kids Magazine
New York, NY | June 2013–August 2013
Pitched, wrote, and researched articles for weekly magazine, serving 3.2 million students and 136,000 teachers, as well as timeforkids.com and tablet editions.
Organized and judged TFK Kid Reporter Contest, managing data from over 400 applicants.
Created 2012-2013 digital archive.
Editor in Chief, Columbia Daily Spectator
New York, NY | December 2013–December 2014
Managed a staff of 200 students to operate daily newspaper, magazine and blog covering Columbia University and New York City, which had a median 140,000 unique visitors per month.
Made the decision to become first Ivy League newspaper to stop printing a daily edition, allowing editors to focus on digital publication and freeing up revenue for investment in tech innovation.
Deputy News Editor/Lead Investigative Reporter, Columbia Daily Spectator
New York, NY | December 2012–December 2013
Revealed a hazing incident that led to the dissolution of a fraternity. Led award-winning special issue on 2012 election.
Uncovered a pattern of Columbia University’s counseling office failing to help student military veterans with PTSD.
Mentored and trained new reporters, editing three to five articles per week for substance and style.
Barnard College, Columbia University
New York, NY | B.A. in English 2015
2013 Christopher J. Georges Award for Excellence in Student Journalism, Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard
2015 Ann Barrow Hamilton Memorial Prize in Journalism, Barnard College
Technical: Use of Python and Excel to analyze large data sets, Microsoft Office, WordPress, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, InCopy, Social Media, News Analytics
Editorial: SEO, copy editing, fact checking, copywriting
Language: Proficient in Spanish