I am an award-winning audio journalist in Los Angeles.
I’m drawn to stories at the intersections of gender, race, class, sexual orientation, and ability in arts and culture.
A longtime storyteller with work in print, digital, and audio, I’m currently a producer on NPR podcast It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders. Prior to that, I produced interviews and features for The Frame, a daily arts and entertainment radio show on NPR station KPCC. Past bylines include BBC World Service, CBC, LAist, The California Sunday Magazine, Marfa Public Radio, Bitch, make/shift, Huizache, and the Los Angeles Review of Books.
My work has won awards and honors from the Podcast Academy, National Entertainment & Arts Journalism Awards, Southern California Journalism Awards, NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and KCRW’s 24-Hour Radio Race. I was also a IWMF Gwen Ifill Fellow, and AIR New Voices Scholar. In a previous life, I spent several years as a university administrator. I taught, counseled, and mentored students at UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC Riverside, and Cal State LA.
A first-generation college graduate and lifelong Southern Californian, I received a B.A. in German studies at Scripps College and an MFA in creative nonfiction at the University of California, Riverside. I’m an alum of the Transom Traveling Workshop and the VONA Voices Workshop for writers of color.
Here’s a small sampling of my work.
📰 Print + 📱 Digital
Let’s make stories together.
I’m available for podcast production, reporting, hosting, manuscript editing, and writing.