Please check out some of my work below:  

As seen in The Atlantic:

One School, 10 Languages: At a “newcomer” school in Indiana, teachers are finding creative ways to communicate

Education Reporter for the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

Kids on the Block struggles to fundraise, hopes to keep programs running

Hamilton County Schools unveils plan for Future Ready Institutes in high schools

Students learn design, robotics at Tech Town’s winter break camp

UnifiEd launches virtual community bus tour

Hamilton County school system eyes name change, rebranding to improve image

State Department of Education says TNReady fall testing successful

UTC, Hamilton County Schools launch mentorship program for new Opportunity Zone teachers

Tennessee, Georgia rank among top 12 states for state teacher quality policies, report says

UnifiEd’s research outlines concerns facing Hamilton County residents

Signal Mountain council to address breakaway from Hamilton County Schools

Hamilton County Schools aims to recruit 300 new teachers, amid teacher shortage

Signal Mountain gets feedback on creation of school district

Poll: Corker’s support among Tennessee voters drops; support for Trump persists

McCallie School senior to compete in Siemens Foundation national technology competition finals

Samples of Work Supervised as News Manager at WUFT News

UPDATE: Pilot Killed In Micanopy Crash Identified; Weather Possible Cause

Yoho Answers To Contentious Town Hall Crowd That Ends With Protester Violence

Police: UF Student Killed By Suspected Drunk Driver Saturday

167 Faculty, Staff and Students Face Uncertain Future Following Immigration Ban

UF Student Hit And Killed In Collision With Garbage Truck

Ocala Police Chief Placed on Paid Leave

After Technical “Glitch,” All Alachua Precincts Reported

Information on Electionland and the University of Florida’s partnership with the project:

Electionland: a look at one of the largest collaborative reporting initiatives in history

Electionland: A deeper look into our first collaborative reporting initiative

Reporter at Chalkbeat Indiana:

Indy business leaders promise to fight for preschool for more kids

With students speaking 10 different languages, teachers at Indianapolis’ ‘Newcomer’ school find creative ways to communicate

The robots are coming! Hundreds of Indiana elementary schools get funds to teach science and math through robotics

What makes a preschool great: 4 things parents should look for

Teachers brave heat to vent anger over ALEC’s influence on Indiana education laws

Why one Indianapolis township includes a bus tour in its new teacher orientation

Expert at Black Expo tells teachers: Start by looking in the mirror to better help students cope with violence

Too few and too busy: With school counselors overwhelmed, Indiana kids fall through cracks

Indiana educators help students respond to news of violence and fury

Girls Scouts, math and forensics help keep kids engaged with summer learning

Indiana native to ‘come home’ and lead Teach for America

Religious schooling is the top reason parents use vouchers, survey finds

Parents of young children get a number to call for help finding preschools

Ritz vs. McCormick is the 2016 showdown for Indiana state superintendent

Project: Blue Ether from WUFT News and the UF College of Journalism and Communications:

Cautionary Tale: 20 years later, Lake Apopka is a 48-square-mile lesson in the importance of keeping pollution out of Florida’s waters in the first place

Correspondent at The Gainesville Sun:

Column: Aching for Orlando at its darkest time 

Local Big Brothers, Big Sisters – run by ex-mayor Craig Lowe – shuts down

Program targets at-risk students

School Board approves charter school despite previous concerns

School Board quizzes Resilience charter school backers

Rawlings Elementary’s fine arts show highlights community support

Howard Bishop Middle selected to become a ‘community school’

Superintendent has restructured top-tier administration

School Board seeks to build a community school

From the University of Florida’s Department of Religion #UFReligion Blog:

The WHY of religion newswriting, from the source

Reporter at Miami Today:

New growth environments spur entrepreneurs

Red-light camera appeals team revs up

20th Century Fox vision of Miami attraction

Arsht Center may finally get parking

‘Every neighborhood selling better’

Firms vie for zoo entertainment complex

Vast Design District project rolls ahead

FIU adds 10 programs across China

Sun Life Stadium can’t squeeze in Youth Fair

Threat on vote rattles commissioners

U of Miami adding online middle school

News Editor at The Oracle:

Four More Years: Obama wins second term

Fighter pilot continues brother’s legacy

Ryan focuses on economy’s problems

Candidates agree often in final debate

Genshaft address highlights USF achievements

News Intern at Creative Loafing:

Same protesters, different park: Rally against voter suppression hosted by FCAN

March for Our Lives protesters undeterred by rain and riot gear

Ron Paul greets enthusiastic crowd, though not part of the RNC

Domestic partnership registration begins today in Tampa

Tampa City Council brainstorms sustainability and quality of life improvements

Hillsborough County development regulations under review by new economic stakeholder committee

Occupy St. Pete’s senior citizens brave rain to “move their money”

Communications Intern at USF College of Arts and Sciences:

Author of “Freakonomics” talks economics, human behavior

USF to host award-winning author of “Freakonomics”

USF remembers inspirational leader, friend

USF grad student awarded Fulbright Scholarship

Examples of my work while a contributor for Her Campus USF:

One Major Isn’t Enough for Some Students

Kindell Workman- heading up P.R.I.D.E. & working for equal rights

The Magical Sport of Quidditch Comes to USF

Contributions to Thought Catalog:

I Experienced Sexual Harassment At A Gas Station, And This Is What It Taught Me

13 Things I’ve Learned So Far in 2013


A Chance Encounter at a Gas Station and Musings on Being a WomanApril 3, 2016 on The Renaissance Woman

My Fear of Water, A Journey, Feb. 15, 2016 at State of Water, State of Change

Connecting patients, specialists: New Arizona law makes telemedicine services more accessible for patients, physicians in rural areas, June 4, 2013 in The Maricopa Monitor

3,576 minus 2, Nov. 4, 2006 in The Orlando Sentinel

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