I’m an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern University where I teach in the Media Innovation graduate program and advise The Scope, a student-run news organization dedicated to telling neighborhood stories of justice, hope and resilience. My work has appeared in the Columbia Journalism Review, The Boston Globe, Editor & Publisher, USA Today and more. I also contributed chapters to A Practical Guide to Digital Journalism Ethics and, along with Mike Pride, co-authored We Went to War: New Hampshire Remembers. I love telling great stories about pretty much anything, but my favorite topics are gender, politics and technology.
Also: past president of the New Hampshire Press Association, two-time Pulitzer juror and New England regional captain for the Journalism and Women Symposium.
I believe that journalism, done right, is an act of faith in humanity.