I’m an independent journalist, writing about politics, technology, human rights, and inequality. I’ve written stories that have gotten bills in state legislatures killed and spurred reform in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.
As part of the investigative team at International Business Times, I won a SABEW Award for our coverage of how politicians could profit from last-minute provisions inserted into the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
As a staff writer at Fast Company, I often covered the intersection of technology and politics. That means I would write about topics like privacy, net neutrality, accessibility, gender equality, hacktivism, and free/open source software.
I got my start as a journalist working as a foreign correspondent in Turkey, where I wrote for a Inter Press Service, Al Akhbar English, and Egypt Independent. Today I still write about Turkey on occasion and I used to co-edit the Turkey section on Jadaliyya, a website devoted to independent news and analysis of the Middle East. I was also previously the web editor for Mashallah News, a collective arts and culture blog covering the Middle East and North Africa.