I'm a journalist telling true stories at the intersection of evidence and human interest.
Currently, I'm a senior reporter at EdSurge in Washington, D.C. I write about the future of learning.
I won a 2020 Higher Education Media Fellowship from the WW Foundation. I won a 2020 Dateline Award for best online feature from the D.C. Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. I was named a national finalist for feature writing by the 2019 Education Writers Association National Awards for Education Reporting. I was a 2018 fellow of the National Press Foundation and won the 2015 David W. Miller Award for Young Journalists.
Previously, I covered labor policy, work culture and jobs data for U.S. News & World Report. I've also written for The Chronicle of Higher Education, Slate, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, The Hustle, Washington Post Express, Sauce Magazine, Narratively, and Town & Style St. Louis Magazine, where I worked as managing editor.
I studied history and English at The College of William & Mary.