I’m a senior writer for Columbia Journalism Review, where I report on and analyze the media. I occasionally write features on urban affairs for The Guardian.
Prior to moving to New York, I spent short stints covering Congress for The Boston Globe and writing for the editorial board and local desk at Newsday.
I hold a Master of Arts degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where I studied the American political economy and wrote a thesis on housing economics and neighborhood stabilization in Detroit. I also received the Gray Fellowship for International Reporting, for which I studied military strategy, national security policy and Middle Eastern relations at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs. I hold Bachelor of Science degrees in Journalism and Middle East Studies from Northwestern University.
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