Professional Writer and Journalist
Professional freelance writer based in Washington, D.C. My work covers the intersection of politics, international relations, human rights and science.
For five years, I have made a career as a writer and journalist covering international affairs, human rights, politics and science communication. From investigating the influence of organized crime in Serbian football to writing on the impact of the Syrian Refugee Crises in Jordan and the future of jaguar conservation in Belize, my work takes an international approach to how politics, science, and global communities can help solve some of the world's most pressing problems, from refugee migration and conflict to climate change and human rights.
My career began as a founding member, staff writer, and Editor in Chief for Northeastern University's first international affairs publication, The Global Journal, where I reported on international relations and global culture. During this period, I worked as a trainee reported in Bosnia and Serbia and in conflict reconciliation in Northern Ireland, while studying international politics in Jordan, Morocco, and Bosnia.
Most recently, I founded the first human rights academic blog at SOAS, University of London, where I completed an MSc in Politics of Conflict, Rights, and Justice. As Editor in Chief for (Re)imagining Peace + Justice, I authored thought pieces on the Northern Ireland peace process, the ethics of humanitarian intervention, and the role of journalists in conflict zones, while managing a team of graduate student editors and writers.
In addition to the above-mentioned publications, my work has been featured in The Solutions Journal, The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, Ricochet Science, and Inspire EdVentures, an educational travel group based in Belize.