know a good deal about food access, but I'm well-equipped to engage on a more political level having written on sex education, student tuition protests and even faulty fish labeling.
Before I graduted college, I pioneered the recreation of our yearbook. As the founding editor-in-chief I started the new magazine that would replace the yearbook. Under my leadership, Insight magazine became a fully-fledged campus institution, running alongside the campus newspaper as the place for students interested in magazine writing to get their chops. Our cover stories focused on newsworthy topics such as the impending budget crisis in Nevada to the current state of feminism on campus.
After graduating college, I packed up and headed to New York City. Then, I tried out Seattle for a change (I got blurbed in The Stranger) and then, after some rainy days, headed back to New York City.
I'm a fervent advocate of progressive issues and investigative journalism but my skills are varied — website management, data wrangling, content creation — I've done all three and many times, all at once.