I have a wide array of experience in journalism and communications work. Here are some samples:
STORIES FROM VIRGINIA
A Virginia native, I have spent 15+ years reporting on K-12 education, higher education, politics, culture, music, arts and remarkable people in the Commonwealth. I also cover politics and fashion for national outlets.
A few samples (you can see more on my LinkedIn page):
"The Moment Was Right." The first day of legal same-sex marriage in Virginia (scroll to third story)
Musicology of Richmond: Punk, jazz, math rock, folk and so much more. I led this project and invited notable musicians and historians to take part in this study of Richmond's music from 1980 to 2010.
I also have written and edited stories about children's experiences in rural Guatemala and edited situation reports on emergencies worldwide, including typhoons and earthquakes. I've also written internal communications stories about businesses based in Bahrain and Mauritius. Contact me for more information.
on the radio
I'm a longtime volunteer at WRIR-LP 97.3 FM, a community nonprofit radio station run by volunteers. I host Wednesday Breakfast Blend each week, 6-8 a.m. EST, playing R&B, funk, soul and pop mainly from the '60s and '70s (or newer artists with the same vibe). You can listen at wrir.org/listen, and shows are archived for two weeks in the Music Show Archives. The show has a Facebook group, too.
Also, I am one of Open Source RVA's correspondents, reporting and conducting interviews and panel discussions about local issues: politics, race, history, the arts, business, music and more. I work on the marketing and social media committees for the station, too.