I'm journalist from Upstate New York writing about culture and politics. I'm fresh off a stint at POLITICO as a breaking news and White House intern in Washington D.C. Next, I'll be freelancing for wire services and other English speaking publications in Paris while teaching English for the French government at an international high school.
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I have worked as an assistant and fact checker at The New Yorker under the guidance of Mark Singer, who has been a staff writer at the magazine for over 40 years. My most significant work for Singer came in his 2016 book Trump and Me, where I did research and fact checking on the past statements of the 45th President before and during the campaign.
I recently graduated with honors from Wesleyan University, where I majored in the College of Letters (history, literature, philosophy, and French) and wrote a senior honors thesis entitled "The Forbidden Genre: The Evolution of the Psychiatric Memoir and the Narrativity of Madness" under the tutelage of my thesis adviser, best-selling author Charles Barber.
Over the summer of 2016, I interned as a reporter covering breaking news, local politics, and culture at the Albany Times Union.
I also served as the Editor-in-Chief of The Wesleyan Argus, Wesleyan University's student newspaper, introducing live video, and increased web-first content to the oldest twice-weekly college paper in the country (est. 1868).
Prior to that, I worked as Editor-in-Chief of Wesleyan's political review, Arcadia Political Magazine, as well as EIC for my high school paper, The Academy Road, at The Albany Academy.