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I first joined my high school newspaper to guarantee I would have a class with my friends. Seven years later, I am still hooked on journalism -- and still very close with those same friends.


I am currently in a rotational journalism fellowship, reporting for the San Francisco Chronicle. My first year of the fellowship took me to Texas, where I wrote for the Houston Chronicle. Before Houston, I was in school at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. At Lehigh, I studied journalism and international relations and graduated in May of 2022 with highest honors. In school, I jumped at opportunities to learn beyond my majors and was very involved in my campus newspaper.

Fun facts

- I played right field for the Houston Chronicle’s softball team 

- The first article I ever wrote was about ripped jean trends 

- My cat, Hobbes, is named after Thomas Hobbes 

- I won most improved for swim team in high school after beginning the season practicing with the middle schoolers 

- I accidentally took calculus for engineering majors as a college elective (got an A)

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