Hi there. Let me introduce myself.
I am a writer, producer, and educator based in New York City and Mexico, D.F. In a past life I worked as a community organizer in Springfield, Massachusetts.
As a Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storyteller, I am at work on a new bilingual podcast about children, refugees, the global spread of fascism, and my grandmother. You can read about it on National Geographic Voices, watch my talk at Nat Geo Nights, or subscribe for updates below.
I have produced podcasts and other digital media for WNYC, Panoply, the Pop Culture Collaborative, the Google News Lab, the independent podcasts Call Your Girlfriend and Data Stories, and the photographers Wendy Ewald and Fazal Sheikh. In my spare time, I’m earning my doctorate in English literature at the CUNY Graduate Center.