I’m an award-winning public media journalist working for New Hampshire Public Radio. My work has aired on NPR programs, member stations around the country, the BBC, CBC, CNN and more.
My stories seek to help people understand how climate change is already reshaping their lives and what they can do about it, by using individual voices and systemic context to center complex questions of policy, science and solutions.
My work for public radio stations in Indiana, Delaware, Alaska’s Aleutian Islands and Boston has won top honors from PMJA and state press clubs.
I was born and raised in Silver Spring, Maryland and got my bachelor’s degree in classics and philosophy from Boston University, where I left my heart at The Daily Free Press. I’m based in Portland, Maine, where I live with my husband and our two cats.
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