I’ve wanted to be a writer since elementary school, when I created a newspaper for my second-grade class by hand. The lead story? A jealousy-fueled travel piece about my friend Ann’s trip to Disney World.
My professional path has zig-zagged a bit through the marketing and journalism spaces, but the constant has been creating excellent content that has served the audience. To my complete surprise, I began my career as a business journalist focused on diversity issues. I later joined the Digg team to help promote the democratization of news. Then I moved to an exciting start-up company aiming to revolutionize the way people travel, working on content and social media, before returning to news as an editor for WaPo Labs (later Trove), part of The Washington Post Co. I’m currently embracing my intense TV fandom as SideReel‘s lead editor.


Clips

6 Questions for Alison Wright of ‘The Americans’ and ‘Feud’
SideReel – 2017
Behind the Themes: Making a ‘Champion’ TV Tune
SideReel – 2017
We Need to Talk About Ellen
SideReel – 2017
The Top 5 TV Shows of 2016
SideReel – 2016
5 Reasons We Love Watching: ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’
SideReel – 2016
Plugged In: I Know What You Did Last Summer
The Washington Post – 2012
Condesa: A Calming Oasis in the Heart of Chaotic Mexico City
The Huffington Post – 2010
4 Strategies to Make the Most of Language School Classes
MatadorAbroad – 2010
Latino Family Struggles to Educate the Next Generation
DiversityInc Magazine – 2006
Mission Dolores: Part of San Francisco for 227 years
Christian Science Monitor – 2003
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