I'm a writer living in Silicon Valley. Between Fall of 2019 and Summer of 2020, I’ll be an Audio Academy Fellow at KALW in San Francisco. I’m also a freelance writer and editor, and I currently edit opinion and other contributed pieces at Inman News.
My work has appeared in Bloomberg Wealth Manager, The Boston Globe Magazine, Business 2.0, CNN, Congress Daily, Federal Computer Week, Good Housekeeping, National Journal, National Public Radio's On The Media, The New York Post, POLITICO, Portfolio.com, Red Herring, Personal Democracy Media's techPresident, The Seattle Times, The Village Voice, and Wired.com.
I've spent a lot of my career writing about technology and society.
Before moving to the West Coast, I covered tech policy in Washington, D.C., where I followed the policymaking process both in Congress, and through the judicial system.
I've moderated and participated in numerous panels, and local radio and television discussions around the country. (They include the inaugural DENT 2013 & 2014 conferences in Sun Valley, Idaho, Personal Democracy Forum 2012 and 2013 in New York City, Netroots Nation 2013, Tech Policy Summit, Public Radio International, G4 TV, XM Radio, WNYC radio, and C-Span television.)
My leading coverage of the historic 2008 presidential campaign and its unprecedented reliance on social media to influence the raceat Wired.com was on the daily bookmark list of television and radio producers around the world.
As a former staff reporter at Red Herring, I was part of the team that helped RedHerring.com win its Gold Award for "Best Online Consumer Web Site" in Folio magazine's Editorial Excellence Awards program in 2000.
I alsocontributed to Gig, a book of interviews with Americans about their work. I interviewed Judith Halek, about her work as a doula. Susan Faludi singled out the interview in a Village Voice review as one of the more notable of the volume.