I’m a reporter, editor and producer focused on local climate change stories, accountability and reader resources, currently a CSSN fellow at Brown University.
Most recently, I was the San Francisco Chronicle’s first newsletter editor, managing more than a dozen titles, launching several successful newsletters written by the newspaper’s reporters and critics. Before that, I worked for BBC News for seven years, reporting stories like these, editing and managing multimedia showstoppers, and recording and editing radio packages and podcasts.
Before the BBC, I spent a year launching and running Wheaton MD Patch, a local news site, and went to Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
I’m also the founder of The Planet You Save May Be Your Own, a weekly newsletter about climate change for the rest of us – it’s currently on hiatus, but not for long.