I'm a journalist, content strategist, and troublemaker campaigning for a more chiller world. I research, think, talk, and write about cities, emojis, tech, language, data, maps, mushrooms, and other semi-related topics. My work might vary widely but it's all a protracted temper tantrum against my generation's nihilist streak.

I've written for Slate, WIRED, Print Magazine, Next City, Hyperallergic, Huffington Post, Fast Company, UntappedCities, TheDateReport, Nerve.com, Yahoo Travel, the LA Times, and other publications. My work has been featured by New York Times en Español the New York Magazine Approval Matrix, the Today Show, Gizmodo, Buzzfeed, CityLab, Next City, PBS, Digg, Curbed, Fast Company (here and here), and mentioned in the New Yorker.  I've worked as a researcher/fixer for The New York Times and as a content consultant for RollingStone.com and the Art Institute of Chicago. I've spoken and conducted workshops at Pepsi, Barnard College Young Women's Leadership Institute, Emojicon, Digital Dumbo, California College of the Arts, and elsewhere.

Alt about: my semi-personal semi-engineered-to-market-myself instagram account.

 

Education:
Barnard College of Columbia University, NYC
B.A. in Urban Studies
 

Also:

Sparks and Honey, NYC
Advisory Board

Cash Studios, San Francisco
Freelance Creative

Department of Housing Preservation and Development, NYC
Research Intern

Council on the Environment of New York City
Greenmarket, Market Manager

Responsible Endowments Coalition, NYC
Development Intern

IL Office of Senator Durbin, Chicago
DREAM Act Policy Research Intern