Managing Editor• Washington, DC
In charge of all editorial content for CyberScoop. Oversees a team of three full-time reporters and multiple freelancers. Established multiple content partnerships with regards to podcasts and video. Team members have broken news on various national security stories including: the relationship between the U.S. government and Kaspersky, the NSA's investigation into the Shadow Brokers and various cybersecurity directives from the Department of Homeland Security.
Period: July 2016 - Present
Georgia's secretary of state: DHS tried to breach our firewall
Russian bank threatens researcher with CFAA suit over DNS request data
Can bug bounties solve the cybersecurity workforce shortage?
Multiple class-action lawsuits filed in wake of Equifax breach
Tech Reporter• Washington, DC
Technology reporter for FedScoop, the leading government tech outlet in Washington, DC. Covered the intersection of technology and the U.S. government. Topics included: cloud computing, cybersecurity, net neutrality, mobility and open data.
Period: June 2014 - Present
Disrupt the Vote: Could tech create a new voting experience?
What the Ebola Grand Challenge can teach us about innovation
What weather means to Michael Daniel's cybersecurity vision
Could a freelance market find a home in the U.S. intelligence community?
Washington Business Journal
Assistant Managing Editor (Digital)• Arlington, Va.
In charge of digital operations, overseeing editing and production of news content. Lead on two daily e-mail newsletters. Covered stories focused on D.C. business, sports and tech.
Period: September 2013 - Present
Silence is Golden: Inside DC 2024
How Under Armour and Nike play ball with Maryland, Virginia and Virginia Tech
Why Twitter co-founder Biz Stone considers himself an 'architect of circumstance'
Why the D.C. region has been Web's backbone beyond its 25 years
U.S. News & World Report
News Editor • Washington, DC
Lead editor for national reporters covering politics, business, science, technology and entertainment. Reported on numerous events, including the Jerry Sandusky Trial and various tech acquistions. Assist in audience development, including the creation of a YouTube video channel and live blog hosting.
Period: January 2012 - August 2013
Sandusky Gets 30- to 60-Year Sentence
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo: We Are the 'Global Town Square'
Israel's Startup Community Ready to Shine After Google-Waze Deal
Anna Gunn: 'Breaking Bad' Ends 'Perfectly'
WTOP Radio / WTOP.com
Web Editor/Producer • Washington, DC
Part of a two-time Edward R. Murrow award-winning web staff. Curated content for section fronts and home page. Sent and managed breaking news alerts. Covered 2008 presidential election, Fort Totten Metro crash and multiple weather events. Managed WTOP Facebook page and created WTOP's main Twitter account.
Period: January 2008 - December 2012
Sneaker Con D.C.: Where fly feet meet Wall Street
'Jersey Shore' mastermind casting reality show for politicos
Capitals win caps off a classic HBO series
D.C. breweries promote fresh ideas in local food scene