I’m a writer and communications strategist for mission-driven organizations, with a focus on cultural institutions and advocacy groups. My background is in politics, public health, education policy, and tech.

Previously, I worked in the Bloomberg administration, where I managed New York City’s federal and state legislative portfolios on public health. On Capitol Hill, I was a lead staffer for the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, and worked on issues related to health care, urban planning, and the arts. Later, I researched and wrote about school choice, college admissions, and learning disabilities for an education start-up.

I live in Brooklyn, NY.