Audubon is a magazine published by the National Audubon Society, covering bird conservation and environmental issues. As an intern, I’ve been writing regularly for their Perch Blog.

9 Awesome Facts About Bird Migration – Oct 11, 2012

Herbicide Use Has Increased with the Use of Genetically Modified Crops – Oct 9, 2012

Rachel Carson’s Iconic “Silent Spring” Reaches 50 Year Anniversary – Sept 27, 2012

Booming Ivory Trade Spurs Elephant Poaching Frenzy – Sept 20, 2012

Snakes Wipe Out Birds, Making Way For Spider Takeover on Guam – Sept 18, 2012


Business Insider is a news website with an extensive area of coverage. I wrote for the Careers vertical, on topics such as hiring and firing, resume trends, interview strategies, etc. I also profiled small businesses as part of a partnership with American Express Open Forum.

MakerBot Employees Can’t Believe They’re Getting Paid To Do What They’re Doing – June 25, 2012

Business Women Are Missing Out By Skipping The Golf Course – May 3, 2012

How This Restaurateur Rejected The Cookie-Cutter Model And Won Over A Ton Of Customers – April 15, 2012

This Man Landed 7 Interviews By Standing Outside In The Rain For Hours – April 7, 2012

7 Cool Resumes We Found On Pinterest [Slideshow] – Feb 15, 2012

All Business Insider posts..


Dollars and Sense is an award-winning magazine produced by the journalism department at Baruch College, with in-depth content by students and edited by the department’s professors.

Gay Christians Find Home In Welcoming Churches – Dec 13, 2011
Published at Dollars & Sense, and originally with additional video at City Beat, a blog for Baruch College’s Fall ’11 Multimedia Reporting class.

When Juanita Kirton joined Riverside Church in the early 1980s, she was a single mother looking for a church that would accept her not just as a black woman but as a lesbian. There, she found comfort in the Inspirational Choir, and in Maranatha, the church’s LGBT ministry that is made up of openly gay members, as well as straight people allied with the cause.

A Struggling Bronx Neighborhood Makes a Comeback – June 8, 2011

A new middle school. A renovated library. A growing community center. These are some of the small victories that Highbridge residents can finally celebrate, as their community begins to rebound from years of poverty and an overall lack of essential resources.


Baruch College’s student-run newspaper is the major source of campus news and stands out among CUNY student publications. During my three-year tenure at the paper, I worked as a writer, features editor, managing editor and editor-in-chief, writing more than 50 pieces for the various sections.

Black Studies professor serves as mentor and friend – Dec. 4, 2011

CUNY protests quieter than past years – Feb. 11, 2011

Students push for new center – Nov. 15, 2010

Baruch, CUNY standards continue to climb –  Oct. 25, 2010

New president takes office at Baruch – Aug. 30, 2010

Discrimination forbidden in religious student groups – May 3, 2010

Student sprints to ease struggles – March 8, 2010

After this story was published in The Ticker, the subject was interviewed by The Daily News and CBS 2 News.

While most students are asleep, Alfatah Kader is waking up and preparing to run the 13-mile route from his home in Brooklyn to Baruch. In the last few weeks, the 29-year-old has seen a major boost in his popularity. He is one of 10 finalists in the Take America to College competition, which is giving struggling college students a chance to tell their story on TV.


Food trucks fear parking bill, July 2010

Christmas House lights up The Bronx – Dec 8, 2009