Who I am: Reporter with the Albany Business Review in New York, where I cover money and state government. I previously covered technology. The Business Review is a digital-first business journal with a weekly-print edition — one of 43 American City Business Journals.
What I write about: On an average day, I might be writing about billion dollar acquisitions, regulations impacting small business, the financial problems of a college with the worst credit rating in the country, or the multi-billion dollar wedding industry.
Average day: From meeting with bank executives and presidents to startup founders, each day is different. It almost always starts with coffee, a trip to the gym and reading the news with my dog, Tito.
Where I’ve been: Graduated from Boston University in 2014 with a bachelors in journalism and a minor in political science. I’ve written about baby seagulls and a mysterious Google barge at the Portland Press Herald, and statehouse politics for the Lowell Sun. I was editor-in-chief of Boston University’s independent student newspaper The Daily Free Press, where I learned how to work with writers and live off little sleep. I’ve interned at the Thomson Reuters Foundation in London, the Albany Times Union in New York and 90.9 WBUR, Boston’s NPR affiliate.
After deadline: I love to travel, cook, visit new restaurants and dream house hunt. I’ve fallen off a horse in Iceland, got lost in Berlin and swam in fjords in Saguenay, Quebec. I’m always looking for my next adventure.