Journalist, Researcher, Educator
American journalist with experience on the ground in Africa, Europe, and the United States.
Published in The Christian Science Monitor, Investopedia, Tennessee Lookout, Diplomatic Courier, newspapers across the U.S., and policy publications around the world.
Covered international policy, human rights, inequality, political economics, and regulations on gene editing.
For three years, I worked as a U.S. correspondent focused on the cannabis and vaping industries.
Spoken by invitation at Stanford University and the College of William and Mary.
Some Work Samples
The Racial Wealth Gap
February 24, 2021
A stark gap exists in the wealth of Americans across race and ethnicity. Here's a deep dive into the data for Investopedia.
US federal attempts to protect workers’ rights and status in the face of Big Tech
July 22, 2021
A collection of regulatory proposals are trying to shape the relationship between platform companies and the workers who make money on them – reflecting a continued struggle by lawmakers and regulators to catch up with the ways the digital economy has shifted the nature of work in the US.
The Downfall of Omar al-Bashir Doesn't Guarantee Democracy
May 2, 2019
Last Thursday, Sudan’s National Defense Minister Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf said that Omar al-Bashir, who had ruled Sudan since rising to power in an Islamic coup in 1989, was under house arrest...