International section writer for MediaFile. Former metro news staffer for The GW Hatchet and op/ed and features staffer for The Muse. Aspiring international journalist, seeking a unique perspective to global issues through writing.
I am a student journalist at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. I am majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication and minoring in International Affairs.
I currently write for MediaFile, a GW online student-run media news and criticism publication. I write for the international section, focusing on international press freedom and the role of media in global events. I am also currently serving as the Assistant Director of Public Relations for the Washington Area Model United Nations Conference (WAMUNC), developing newsletters and social media content for the conference.
At GW, I was also a writer for the metro news section of The GW Hatchet and wrote stories from homelessness in D.C. to the 2016 presidential election for both the print and email editions.
Prior to attending GW, I went to A.W. Dreyfoos Jr. School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, FL and wrote op/ed, features, and news stories for The Muse.
Before my junior year of high school, I attended the National Student Leadership Conference for Journalism, Film, and Media Arts at American University, where I participated in a newsroom simulation and took a professional news writing class.