new york city
In my newest role at Fortune, I'm building the magazine's first data department from the ground up and training my colleagues on how to illustrate their reporting with charts and graphics.
Previously I worked at Bankrate, where I was a data reporter and wrote about personal finance.
Before that I spent three years working at The Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J. While covering small business, my reporting took me into a bay littered with sunken boats after Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey's first Catholic crematorium, a (now defunct) urban sawmill and a Somerset soup factory making products humanitarian workers use to bring malnourished children from the brink of death. I even visited the nondescript building where American Standard dreams up, prototypes and rigorously tests its toilets.
When I'm not working, I enjoy lifting heavy things, running, cooking and fishing.