Journalist, author, teacher
My journalism has appeared in AARP The Magazine, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, CityLab, Johns Hopkins Health Review, Johns Hopkins Magazine, the Washington Post, and on NPR.
I’ve written the text for a photodocumentary on the Baltimore City Fire Department (…In Service), ghostwritten books and speeches for a variety of clients, and edited manuscripts for several authors.
I’m in the midst of developing two projects: a novel of connected stories that explore the interplay between being and place, and a
revamped screenplay on a failed (male) detective’s ham-fisted efforts to unravel a human trafficking ring.
As an educator, I lead annual seminars on journalism and creative nonfiction for high school students at the Carver Center for Arts and Technology, north of Baltimore, and lecture at Towson University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program each year, creating courses that focus on history and media issues.
I am an award-winning journalist and author whose work has encompassed everything from education to music, politics to social justice, and science to sports. Though I’m versatile, my work has maintained a single focus: learning as much as I can about people so I can understand them and tell their stories.
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