Over the course of seven years, I have written more than 1,500 articles, edited over 2,500 others and seen hundreds of thousands of my words published online and in print. I have broken news which impacted the communities I’m part of and report on, and been picked up by local, state, and international outlets.


  • Managing Editor, Global Policy & Regulation (Feb. 2020 – Present)
    • Manage a team of reporters focused on the intersection of policy and regulation with digital assets. My team of seven full and part-time reporters is based in national capitals around the world, and keeps CoinDesk’s audience fully up-to-speed on major laws, shifting regulations and legal actions in a fast-moving macro environment.
    • Write and manage the State of Crypto newsletter, which focuses on policy and regulation.
    • Oversee coverage within the policy beat as it pertains to cryptocurrencies, financial technology and finance.
  • Reporter, Global Macro (July 2020 – Feb. 2020)
    • Support Global Macro editor in overseeing a team of four reporters covering the intersection of global regulation and the cryptocurrency/blockchain space. 
    • Edit and assign stories as needed in addition to reporting breaking news and enterprise articles.
    • Directly supervise two interns in addition to the Global Macro team.
  • Acting US News Editor (Nov. 2019 – July 2020)
    • Assign, edit and report breaking news stories on CoinDesk’s quick response desk.
    • Oversaw interns and full-time reporters.
  • Business/Regulatory Reporter (Jan. 2019 – Nov. 2019)
    • Developed a regulatory/policy beat with relevant sources in Washington D.C. covering the U.S. policy approach to cryptocurrency. 
    • Covered how traditional institutions were adding cryptocurrency services, as well as how startups tried to challenge these incumbents.
  • News Reporter (Jan. 2018 – Jan. 2019)
    • Reported breaking news stories.
    • Wrote and managed CoinDesk’s daily newsletter.
    • Helped write and managed CoinDesk’s weekly newsletter.
    • Wrote podcast scripts.

The Daily Targum

  • Correspondent (Feb. 2015 – Jan. 2016; Feb. 2017 – May 2017)
    • Covered news and science stories for the Rutgers University paper of record.
    • Managed the Science Section by assigning and editing stories between October 2014 and January 2016.
    • Created “Simple Science,” a 200 word or less explanation of scientific phenomena.
    • Resumed position of correspondent after serving one-year term as news editor.
  • News Editor (Jan. 2016 – Feb. 2017)
    • Managed the News Desk of The Daily Targum, the Rutgers University paper of record; oversaw three editors and more than 50 writers; oversaw Science and Technology pages.
    • Edited 35-40 stories per week.
    • Coordinated with Photo/Video Editors to ensure each story had an image and video (when applicable).
    • Worked with Design Editor to create the pages within the paper, writing headlines, photo captions, blurbs, and quotes both in print and online. Occasionally filled in with laying out pages.
  • Staff/Contributing Writer (Oct. 2013 – Feb. 2015)
    • Wrote articles for the Science Section, as well as other news divisions within the paper.
    • Oversaw the Science Section from October 2014.

Rutgers University School of Engineering Dean’s Office (March 2015 – Dec. 2016)

  • Communications Intern
    • Maintained and updated Rutgers University School of Engineering’s website, as well as department websites within the school.
    • Wrote features highlighting the work done by School of Engineering faculty and students.
    • Contributed to RU Engineer magazine.


  • First Place, Enterprise/Investigative Reporting; New Jersey Press Association College Journalism Awards (2016-2017)
  • Honorable Mention; Edward J. Mack Memorial Award
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I have also had the privilege of having my work featured by various outlets.