I’m an early-career reporter currently working at the Daily Inter Lake, the leading daily news source in beautiful northwest Montana. My journey here began at the University of Chicago. During my time there, I served as Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Gate, our student political review, interned at the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, and interviewed guests at the International House lecture and performing arts center. These experiences – along with taking classes in Turkey and completing an oral history project in Chile – inspired me to pursue a career in journalism. Since completing my UChicago history degree in December 2016, I interned at the Christian Science Monitor, completed a Pulitzer Center-funded project on the US-Mexico border, and moved to “Big Sky Country.”
My main beat covers environmental issues – the wildfires, invasive species, and natural resources practices threatening this special patch of America. When I’m not working, you’ll probably find me running or wishing I had more time to read.
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