State Politics Reporter, Richmond
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Winner of a Regional Murrow award for Investigative Reporting and First Place in PRINDI's Enterprise/Investigative category.
I cover Virginia state politics for VPM, the NPR affiliate in Richmond.
My work appears regularly on NPR and I was a member of NPR's 2020 Election Collaborative. I was listed as one of the Washington Post's outstanding politics reporters to follow in Virginia ahead of the November 2020 elections. My work has been recognized with regional Murrow awards, a PRINDI award, and Virginias AP Broadcaster awards since beginning audio journalism in 2018.
I previously led politics coverage for The Cambodia Daily before its forced closure in September 2017. My stories have since appeared in BBC News, Washington Monthly and more.