South Jersey coverage
Following the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, I began covering COVID-19 and other news in Camden County, NJ.
Funding, Asset Management, Community Conditions Hamper Camden City Schools’ 1:1 Technology Initiative – This story was produced thanks to a reporting grant facilitated by the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University and funded by New Jersey Children’s Foundation.
Municipal Broadband: the Solution to Camden City’s Digital Divide? – This story was produced thanks to a reporting grant facilitated by the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University and funded by New Jersey Children’s Foundation.
‘Neighbors caring about our neighbors’: Mutual aid groups rise up in South Jersey
Newton Creek Dredge Update: Progress and Process Entering 2021
Back to School, or Something Like It: Local District Plans in a Pandemic (co-written and reported with Matt Skoufalos)
Collingswood High-Schoolers Organize Stand-In, March, Vigil, in Peaceful Protest Against Police Brutality
For more of my South Jersey coverage, click here.
I was one of three inaugural Loreen Arbus Accessibility is Fundamental fellows at Women’s eNews.
More Than Just Trauma: How Autistics Navigate a Neurotypical World and Still Find Joy
Making College More Accessible Post-COVID: How Virtual Classrooms Can Help Autistic Students
I was a features writer for 34th Street magazine at the University of Pennsylvania for three semesters, and was a finalist for the 2020 Nora Magid Mentorship Prize. In addition, I took data journalism coursework, and dedicated my final project to analyzing bicycle cultures in Philadelphia and Moscow.
Life on the Autism Spectrum at Penn – This piece received the 2018 Michael A. Silver Writing Award from the Daily Pennsylvanian Alumni Association, and second place in the Parker Prize for Journalistic Writing from Penn’s Creative Writing department.
Weathering the Storm: Being at Penn When a Natural Disaster Strikes at Home
Caution vs. Revolution: The Divide on Climate Change