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Professional ​

As a journalist I've appeared in Quanta Magazine, Scienceline, The Christian Science Monitor, Live Science, and on NPR. Previous appearances in my life as a teacher include teaching Mozambican high schoolers to calculate the speed of light and helping Japanese students write an engaging abstract in English. 

Freelancer, Various publications (New York, NY)
2017 - Present
  • Work published in Scientific American,, Scienceline, Live Science, ​​​

Intern, Quanta Magazine (New York, NY)
Summer 2018
  • Pitched, reported, and wrote breaking news features for the Abstractions blog

  • Fact checked other blog posts and features

Intern, Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA)

Winter - Summer 2017

  • Pitched and wrote two web articles covering trending science stories, particularly space and physics

  • Reported and wrote deeper stories on a weekly basis, often featured in The Christian Science Daily

  • Co-wrote a cover story about Cassini for the weekly magazine


Teacher, Jonan High School 城南高等学校 (Tokushima, Japan)

2013 - 2016

  • Designed and implemented the curriculum for the “Super Science” track science class

  • Taught Communication English and Science English to over 400 students annually


Teacher, Ribaue Secondary School (Ribaue, Mozambique)

2010 - 2012 

  • Taught physics in Portuguese to classes of up to 90 students with limited resources, grades eight through twelve

  • Led a competitive community English theater group of ten youths dealing with social issues


Alpine sports




Cultural exchange


Advanced Japanese

Advanced Portuguese

New York University

Science, Health, & Environmental Reporting Program (SHERP) M.A. candidate 2018


Brown University

Bachelor of Arts (A.B.), Physics




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