COLUMBIA JOURNALISM SCHOOL
MASTER OF SCIENCE
Graduated with a Master of Science degree. Specialized in broadcast and sports. Enhanced reporting skills for different platforms including: print, radio, and video.
Video Newsroom: produced weekly packages about newsworthy events, and breaking news. Shot, edited, and turned around packages on a deadline. Also learned the skills to anchor, produce, and report a live in-studio show.
Sports Reporting: focused on mastering the writing skills of sports reporting. Wrote weekly game stories for different teams including: Brooklyn Nets (NBA), New York Islanders (NHL), St. John's Basketball, Columbia Athletics, and Westchester Knicks (NBA D-League). Also furthered the skills for feature writing, and column writing.
Master's Project: Analyzed the race dynamics in the NFL through the experience of black quarterbacks.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK
BACHELOR OF ARTS
Graduated from Columbia University with a Bachelor of Arts. Studied film and anthropology, and spent a semester at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
Also played Division I Varsity Volleyball at Columbia University.
Before attending Columbia, I attended Northwestern University where I was in the Medill School of Journalism and played on the Division I Varsity Volleyball team.
Sideline reporter for the Los Angeles Sparks and the South Bay Lakers, the official minor league team of the Los Angeles Lakers (NBA G-League).
Also cover WCC men’s basketball and CIF High School State Championship (football & basketball) games that air on Spectrum Sportsnet LA.
SPECTRUM SPORTSNET LA
MANAGER & PRODUCER
Work directly with NFL international priority markets (Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Mexico, & UK) to create and localize content to expand viewership and international fan base.
Assist in the production of a weekly Facebook Live shows. Write scripts, produce segments, and conduct player interviews for the shows.
Work closely with NFL players and clubs, as well as soccer players and clubs, to create and host Game Recognize Game series.
NFL International Ambassador Trips liaison - work closely with players to plan international trips, in which we create content for the NFL Network, social media, and international broadcast partners.
STUART SCOTT SCHOLARSHIP & INTERNSHIP
First female recipient of the ESPN & NABJ Stuart Scott Scholarship. Worked directly with SportsCenter producers and talent, producing video packages and organizing press conference sound for show use. Produced highlights for SportsCenter and wrote the highlight scripts for the talent. Also worked directly with NFL Live team, producing video packages, while also pitching and developing show ideas.
IVY LEAGUE DIGITAL NETWORK
Sideline reporter for Columbia Men & Women's Basketball. Interview coaches pregame and postgame, as well as special guests at halftime, during live broadcast. Also color analyst for women's basketball games.
Produce features for Ivy League Digital Network. Features include a sit down with Columbia alum and ESPN analyst, Marcellus Wiley.
SUPER BOWL GREATEST HALFTIME SHOWS: THE 50TH
Worked directly with the producer and editor to create the NFL Network original program "Super Bowl Greatest Halftime Shows: The 50th", which is a look-back on what went into the production of Super Bowl 50's halftime performance.
Job included ingesting footage, organizing interviews, creating show project, and repurposing footage from previous Super Bowl 50 features and original programs with Coldplay, Beyoncé, and Bruno Mars.
SPECTRUM SPORTSNET LA
Assisted Spectrum SportsNet LA, formerly Time Warner Cable SportsNet, producers with original programs, including: Backstage: Lakers, Backstage: Dodgers, and Dodgers Dugout. Also produced highlight packages of games, edited footage, created show templates, and prepared producers for final notes in post-production.
Field produced for the shows Backstage: Dodgers and Dodgers Dugout at Dodgers home games, and interviewed players and fans for the features and episodes.
FEATURES & ORIGINAL PROGRAMS
Assisted NFL Network producers and associate producers with features and original programs, preparing them for pre and post-production, including creating research packets, pulling footage, radio calls, graphics, photos, and ingesting raw footage from shoots.
Produced features for Game Day Morning, Inside Training Camp, and Super Bowl 50 Live. Shows included: Training Camp Needs, 2011 Draft Class Essay, Odell Beckham Jr. 1-on-1, How They Got Here: Carolina Panthers, and How They Got Here: Green Bay Packers
Also assisted with NFL Network's Original Programs including: Road to Canton: Tim Brown, Undrafted, The Timeline: America's Game & The Iran Hostage Crisis, NFL London, and CBS Super Bowl Greatest Halftime Shows