An accredited member of the United Nations press corps, I am an print journalist covering international affairs and global development with a focus on women.
Currently, I am a contributing editor at A Women’s Thing, a quarterly print publication dedicated to reshaping society’s notions of “women’s things”.
I have also contributed to The New York Times, among other publications.
I studied Culture and Politics at Georgetown University (Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service) and International Security at Sciences Po Paris (Master of Arts in International Affairs).
"Begin with art, because art tries to take us outside ourselves. It is a matter of trying to create an atmosphere and context so conversation can flow back and forth and we can be influenced by each other.” -W.E.B. DuBois, American Civil Rights Activist