Now: I received my master’s degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (YAY!) and I am working as a contributing reporter for the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, freelancing for several science news publications, and looking for more opportunities to write about interesting and important stuff.
May 2012-May 2013: Reporting Intern, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Sept 2011-May 2013: Book Project Research Assistant for Deborah Blum, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Oct 2011-May 2012: Externship with Discovery News
Summer 2007: Research Communication Intern for the Alaska Marine Conservation Council
2003-2007: Sex Columnist for the William and Mary newspaper: The Flat Hat
2009-2011: Vegetation Mapping Crew Leader with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Summer 2009: Field Crew Leader with the Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition
Winter 2008-09: Botanist with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Summer 2008: Vegetation Technician for the Central Alaska Network of the National Parks Service in Denali National Park, Alaska
Fall 2007-Spring 2008: Plant Ecology Research Intern at Archbold Biological Station
The University of Wisconsin, Madison.
MA in Science Journalism, May 2013
The College of William and Mary,
Bachelor of Science, May 2007
Majors: Biology and Environmental Science
References available upon request