Welcome to my personal homepage, where you’ll find my professional experience and skills, interests and education.
My Roles & Responsibilities
GLEN ECHO GROUP
January 2018 - Present
Help tech, cybersecurity and other clients with media outreach, strategic communications planning and content creation. Create and help execute digital marketing campaigns to amplify messaging and get in front of the right people.
VP OF MEDIA RELATIONS
July 2016 - January 2018
Serve as a senior communications strategist and spokesperson for USTelecom, a trade association representing broadband companies including Verizon and AT&T.
DEPUTY TECH EDITOR
June 2015 - July 2016
Helped oversee a team of tech reporters focused on breaking policy news. Assigned and edited stories, mentored team members and offered strategic advice to upper management.
January 2014 - June 2015
Served as the Washington correspondent for the Silicon Valley-based tech news site. Wrote breaking news and feature stories, including graphics and social media promotion. Regular appearances on NPR, C-SPAN and other news outlets.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
March 2004 - January 2014
Breaking news and feature reporter for the paper, covering a variety of beats, from Obamacare reporter to a presidential primary campaign reporter and political blogger. Spent eight years covering the FCC and tech policy issues.
MY PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
Up Close & Personal
I'm a communications pro experienced on both sides of the keyboard. A former reporter for The Wall Street Journal, I now help companies and organizations develop proactive, consistent messaging for both traditional and new media, including digital marketing.
What I’ve Learned
MBA, Masters of Business Administration
Concentration in Marketing and Corporate Strategy: Focused on digital marketing strategies, management consulting, new product development and corporate social responsibility best practices.
Bachelors of Arts in Music with Outside Field
Double major in saxophone performance and journalism
"Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out."
1776 might look like a typical incubator, but it represents perhaps D.C.’s best hope since AOL of producing a breakout tech star, something the city has long yearned for. (This is the first in a series of stories about innovation in D.C.)
A look at how one Oklahoma man turned internet detective to root out the name of a former Senate page who was at the center of a House sex scandal, in a tale that showed how ordinary Americans are trying to be online sleuths in hopes of gaining internet fame.
A 23-year-old quadriplegic's fatal car accident in a rural Pennsylvania cornfield highlighted how little regulation there is over adapted vehicles for the disabled.