Hi and welcome to my site!
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Here’s a little more about me:
I am currently based in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where I am producing stories on arts and culture for WMUK-FM, the NPR affiliate for Southwest Michigan.
In October 2013, I completed a one-year fellowship on regional race matters and culture with St. Louis Public Radio.
Prior to arriving in St. Louis, I worked as an editorial aide and staff writer at The Washington Post, covering arts, culture, and entertainment for the Style section and was a reporter for the site The Root – DC.
I also produced the Friday ‘NewsViews’ roundtable segment for WPFW-FM under the tutelage of veteran journalist Askia Muhammad.
I graduated from The University of Alabama with a degree in Telecommunication and Film. During my undergraduate years, I interned at Alabama Public Radio, and spent part of the summer of 2008 as a congressional intern for Artur Davis.
I enjoy traveling and road trips, live shows, exploring museums, and finding the best that every city she inhabits has to offer.