Audio pieces can be found here on Soundcloud, including an interview with U.S. Olympians Meryl Davis and Charlie White; a 101 guide to the 2017 French presidential election; and a report about a former "Vogue" editor modeling in a fashion show at the age of 81.
A Sampling of My Favorite Published Pieces
Why We Need To See More Films About Women In Sports – And How We Can See Them | BUST Magazine, July 20, 2017
Paula Abdul's Not Missing A Beat While On First Tour In 25 Years | BUST Magazine, July 11, 2017
The 2020 Olympics Will Have More Women Athletes Than Ever Before | BUST Magazine, June 16, 2017
Everyday Women Slay The Runway In Brooklyn Fashion Show | BUST Magazine, June 6, 2017
Dyker Heights Street Could Be Renamed After Slain Cop | BKLYNER Daily, May 2, 2017
Bay Ridge Rocks: The Treasure-Hunting Trend Hitting South Brooklyn | BKLYNER Daily, March 16, 2017
40 Years Later, Stained Glass Master Peter Romano Still Brightening Up Park Slope | BKLYNER Daily, Dec. 1, 2016
Trump Flag in Neighbor's Yard Prompts Man to Post 'Ew' in His Window | DNAinfo New York, Nov. 3, 2016 -- which was also highlighted by NBC 4 New York and New York Magazine
Civil Rights Movement Course Connects Students with Veterans and Local Community Members | Siena College, March 2, 2016
Speakers Shed Light on Human Trafficking Through Lecture at Siena and the College of Saint Rose | Siena College, Feb. 19, 2016
Additional Self-Published Stories
When Grade Schools Stage Musicals, It’s Broadway or Bust ...
St. Agatha Families Fight the DOE and Diocese to Keep Their School Open
U.S. Olympians Meryl Davis and Charlie White Pass on Participating in PyeongChang 2018 Games
Kylie Kraze Hits NYC, Thanks to Kylie Jenner's SoHo Pop-Up Shop
Park Slope Art Gallery Nourishes Hearts and Souls with Free Food and Art Demonstrations
Tourists Pay 'Bookoo Bucks' to See Dyker Heights' Christmas Displays
Former Magazine Editor-in-Chief Talks Pot with Park Slope
Bryant Park Kicks Off the Holiday Season with Pro Ice Skating, Tree Lighting, and Fireworks
New York Mayor de Blasio Votes for Clinton at Park Slope Public Library Poll
Group “Baby on Board” Bicycling: Future Socialization Activity for Expecting Moms?
"No Park" Slope Attempts to Deal with Loss of Spots from Citi Bike Docks
I also previously managed my own blog (10+ posts of 500+ words, relevant pictures/photographs) for my Advertising 325 class at Siena College that highlighted different aspects of advertising, marketing and business in everyday life [September - December 2015].
I was one of the main interactive editors for the semester-long Craft II Writing Intensive course/class project, "Invisible Hands: How the Undocumented Shape New York City's Economy," in Spring 2017, where we were responsible for finding, compiling and developing interactive charts/graphs for relevant data. In October 2017, "Invisible Hands" won the 2017 Editor and Publisher Award for Best College/University News or Event Feature.