A bit about me: I’m a journalist based between Baltimore and Washington. Most of my work focuses on religion, underrepresented communities, technology and the intersections therein.
My reporting and essays have been published in The Washington Post, USA Today, ThinkProgress, Sojourners, American Journalism Review and other outlets. (Read some clips here.) Sometimes I do web design, social media, data visualization and graphics, too, so if you want you can call me a digital journalist.
I’ve worked at the Religion News Service, The Tempest, and the Journalism Center on Children and Families; currently, I study multiplatform journalism and Middle Eastern affairs at the University of Maryland. There, I run Plex, an independent, award-winning student news site highlighting diversity and activism. We’re renovating — please pardon the dust.
In my spare time, you’ll find me YouTubing old standup comedy specials or trying valiantly to learn Python.
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