Work Examples

 

Reporting for NPR

For NPR’s Parallels – FOLO: Cambodia Daily Newspaper To Close After 24 Year

For NPR’s Parallels: In Cambodia, A Crackdown On Independent Media Threatens A Respected Daily

For NPR’s Morning Edition: The LSU Tigers’ New Tiger Makes His Debut

For NPR’s Morning Edition: Meet Voice Of Baceprot, The All-Girl Metal Band Making Waves In Indonesia 

For NPR’s Morning Edition: Philippines’ Duterte Is A Divisive Figure, Even Abroad

For NPR’s Parallels: How Big A Threat Is Extremism In Southeast Asia? 

For NPR’s Parallels: 4 Years After Rana Plaza Tragedy, What’s Changed For Bangladeshi Garment Workers? 

For NPR’s Goats and Soda: Can You Still Have Hope When Life Seems Hopeless?

For NPR’s Morning Edition (with reporter Michael Sullivan): Long-Persecuted Rohingya Find Refuge, But Not Acceptance, In Bangladesh

For NPR’s Morning Edition (with reporter Michael Sullivan): Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Describe Military Tactic Of Systematic Rape

For NPR’s Morning Edition (with reporter Michael Sullivan): Rohingya Families Flee Persecution And Suffering In Myanmar For Bangladesh

For NPR’s Morning Edition/Story Lab: Title IX Protects Identities But Can Complicate Justice

For NPR’s Morning Edition/Code Switch Blog: ‘It’s (Sexy) Asian Men!” Hallelujah!

For NPR’s Morning Edition: Life-Size Noah’s Ark To Open Amid Flood of Skepticism

For NPR’s Morning Edition: World Immigration Called ‘Win-Win’ For Rich Nations, And Poor

For NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday: To Care For U.S. Kids, Filipinas Leave Their Own Behind

 

Producing for NPR

In Kentucky, The Coal Habit is Hard to Break  (Producer for Host Reporting Trip)

GOP Front-Runner Trump Gains Support from Pittsburgh’s Democrats (Producer for Host Reporting Trip)

Democratic Voters in Struggling Pa. County Cross Over To Support Trump (Producer for Host Reporting Trip)

Psychedelic Font: How Wes Wilson Turned Hippie Era Turmoil Into Art (Non-narrative Piece)

Republicans Focus Day 2 Of Their Convention on Jobs (Producer for Host Reporting Trip)

Donald Trump Accepts The Republican Party’s Presidential Nomination (Producer for Host Reporting Trip)

VP Candidate Kaine: Trump Is ‘Attacking Center Pillar Of Our Democracy’ (Producer for Host Field Interview)

Divided States: 4 Arizona Voters Weigh In After The Vice Presidential Debate (Producer for Host Reporting Trip/Live Broadcast)

Where Coal Was King, Pa. Voters Hope Trump Rejuvenates Their Economy (Producer for Host Reporting Trip)

NPR’s Exit Interview With President Obama (Producer for Host Field Interview)

Long-Persecuted Rohingya Find Refuge, But Not Acceptance, In Bangladesh (Producer/Co-Reporter)

Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Describe Military Tactic Of Systematic Rape (Producer/Co-Reporter)

Rohingya Families Flee Persecution And Suffering In Myanmar For Bangladesh (Producer/Co-Reporter)

 

NPR Photo Credits

Life-Size Noah’s Ark To Open Amid Flood of Skepticism

Smithsonian Sets Phasers to Restore On Original Starship Enterprise

Divided States: 4 Arizona Voters Weigh In After The Vice Presidential Debate

Where Coal Was King, Pa. Voters Hope Trump Rejuvenates Their Economy

 

Reporting for 89.3 WRKF-FM

Feature: “Clinic-based Network Could Be New Healthcare Model for NOLA’s Uninsured”

Feature: “DHH Wants More Medicaid Privatization, Stakeholders Hesitant”

Feature: “Medicaid Expansion Proponents Urge Small Business To Get Educated While They Can”

Two-Way Music Conversation: The Louisiana Gospel Tradition

 

Reporting for Capital News Service, University of Maryland

Online Story: “Athletic Trainers Absent in Many Md. High Schools, Concerns Raised About Student Safety”

Audio/Text Piece: Maryland Health Care Exchange Rates Expected to Increase

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