I have 6 years of experience in crafting editorial strategy and stories about health, epidemiology, psychology, climate change, climate justice & environmental sustainability.
I earned a Master's in Science, Medicine, & Environmental Journalism from Columbia University in the City of New York. I've previously worked as a health reporter at The Week Magazine.
I offer writing services for institutions such as the Earth Institute at Columbia University. My articles have been published in Forbes, Atlas Obscura, Devex, UnDark, Medical News Today, and other U.S.- based publications.
As developers build artificial islands to attract tourists, they’re also uprooting trees from local islands. (Atlas Obscura)
In the Maldives, tourism is a golden-egg laying goose but it also has very devastating impacts on coral reefs, both during the construction and operation phases of resorts. (Devex)
The Maldives are a hotspot for tourists, but development often comes at a cost to the environment. One community fought back. (Positive News Magazine)
Around 14,329, 923 people of color live in counties with year-long particle pollution and ozone pollution. (Forbes)
In developing nations like India, solar power’s reliance on lead batteries could have a big impact on some communities. (UnDark.org)
How the Shinnecock Indian Nation Tribe in Long Island, NY, transformed a desolate and barren stretch of shoreline to protect their land from erosion and sea-level rise. (Earth Institute, Columbia University's blog)