I’m a trilingual writer and public radio producer living in Brooklyn. I was awarded the highly competitive Kroc Fellowship at NPR in 2012. Since then I have reported pieces for NPR’s flagship programs, Marketplace, PRI’s The World, Latino USA well as a number of podcasts including Life of the Law and the Slack Variety Pack. I have a B.A. in Economics with a special concentration in Francophone Studies from Columbia University. I’m pursing my MFA in Creative Writing from The Writer’s Foundry at St. Joseph’s College. I was one of the founding producers of the Texas Standard and I helped re-launch NPR’s Latino USA as a full-hour show. I was a founding producer of the personalized radio start-up 60dB where I reported original stories and helped publishers bring their print pieces to audio life. Our company was acquired by Google in 2017, where I’m now re-imagining the future of radio. I manage the Google Podcasts creator program in partnership with PRX.
I’m committed to building a media landscape where every woman of color has the power to tell her story. I am proud to be an NPR Next Generation mentor, board president of the Association of Independents in Radio and a coach to young woman breaking into the world of radio and podcasting.
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