My degree in Environmental Studies and Spanish at the University of Oregon helped shape my intention as a journalist: to tell the stories of underrepresented individuals, engage communities often at political odds, and in doing so, fight for social and environmental justice. I am particularly interested in the relationship between politics and environmental justice, Indigenous rights, climate change and ecology. I have experience in urban and rural farming, environmental, investigative and local beat reporting and political narrative.
I am came to Berkeley to learn how to tell stories through a variety of different mediums, though long form narrative writing and investigative reporting are personal favorites. I have experience in music writing and radio broadcasting, as well. I seek to combine my interests in culture and the environment to tell a wide range of intimate and representationally diverse stories about the human experience.
PG&E bewilders with projects in Lucas Valley Point Reyes Light, July 2022
Neighborhood pushes back on PG&E work Point Reyes Light, August 2022
Major West Oakland housing development remains in limbo The Oaklandside, December 2021
Major West Oakland housing development delayed again The Oaklandside, April 2022
East Oakland foundry pollution spurs two lawsuits to protect community Oakland North, Feb. 2022
What’s next for workers, city after century old foundry moves to Texas? Oakland North, March 2022
Will Oakland get federal rescue dollars for anti-violence measures? Oakland North, November 2021
The Environmental State is in Danger. Here’s How We Can Fight Back The Trouble, October 2020
University of Oregon: Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies with a minor in Spanish and Latin American Studies
REPORTING INTERESTSCommunity-centered reporting, Environmental Justice, Food and land sovereignty, Investigative reporting, climate change