As a writer and editor, I have explored new ideas and helped others share their perspectives, all while honing my communication and leadership skills.
As print managing editor of the Kennedy School Review in 2019-2020, I coordinated editing and publication of KSR’s 167-page print journal. I also recruited and managed a team of 26 associate editors, conducting interviews, training meetings.
In 2018-2019, I was an associate editor on KSR's digital team, editing pieces for the digital and print journal. I also produced KSR's weekly newsletter. Click here to subscribe.
During three semesters as an opinions columnist for the Brown Daily Herald, I wrote 21 columns focused on making national and international politics relevant to a university audience, including:
In addition to serving as copy editor and then chief copy editor, I wrote two articles, the first about gender parity in Latin America and the second about North Carolina politics:
Before serving as personal finance editor for The Intercollegiate Finance Journal, I worked for three semesters as a political economy senior staff writer, covering topics like terrorism in France and climate diplomacy:
Negotiating for Our Lives: What's at Stake at the COP21
Turning to the Sea for Answers: Desalination and the California Drought