I am a multimedia journalist/reporter graduating in May 2019 from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, with minors in digital audiences and criminology/criminal justice. Currently, I am an anchor and broadcast reporter covering government and justice for Cronkite News. I also work as a student correspondent for Cheddar.

Most recently, I interned at the CBS Evening News in New York. Previously, I worked as an intern at 12 News (NBC Phoenix), KING 5 News (NBC Seattle), the TODAY Show and at the NCWLIFE Channel in Washington state.

At ASU, I also serve as the President of the Walter Cronkite College Council and President of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association – ASU Chapter.

I also work as the ASU School of Public Affairs social media coordinator, creating and executing a strategic plan, boosting Facebook reach by 207 percent in the first six months, and increasing the number of social platforms from two to seven.