I'm a former law clerk who, a couple of years back, made a hard-left turn into audio journalism. Since making the switch, I've reported on why football's concussion crisis made football helmets more expensive, how risky housing contracts made a comeback after the housing bubble, how anxiety over shootings is feeding the school security industry, and crashed the three-day marathon known as the econ job market.
Currently, I'm a reporter at WCPN/Ideastream, where I cover business, work, and the regional economy. As the station's primary Marketplace Hub reporter, I'm also a regular contributor to American Public Media’s Marketplace. Previously, I was a producer at WNYC News. My work has also aired on NPR's Planet Money.
I got my law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law, and have worked as a law clerk for the Baltimore Public Defender, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and the U.S. District Court for Maryland.
In 2016, I graduated with honors from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Some years before that, I worked in a ramen shop.