About Me

I am a New York City-based bilingual journalist with a Master of Science in Media Management from The New School, currently working as a reporter for health nonprofit the Public Good Projects. Most recently, I covered NYC real estate, transportation, architecture, and housing at New York Magazine and Vox Media’s Curbed NY.

I’m currently also writing freelance for various publications. My work has appeared in Eater, Teen Vogue, and The Daily Beast. Some of the topics and beats I’m particularly passionate about include labor, immigrant communities, tenants’ rights, gender, communities of color, housing, health, food, and equity.

Previously, I worked as a breaking news reporter for DNAinfo.com and as a digital news intern for El Diario New York; writing stories that ranged from crime and politics to health and entertainment. My background also includes creating and executing communications strategies for brands targeting U.S. Hispanics. Further, I have a proven track record of successfully implementing marketing strategies by leveraging content and social media at several non-profits and educational organizations including The New School, DoSomething.org, The American Red Cross, and Doctors Without Borders (MSF).