Over the course of my career, I have written or edited thousands of articles 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.  My work has been cited by lawmakers, in academic papers and


  • Managing Editor, Global Policy & Regulation (Feb. 2020 – Present)
    • Built and now 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.
    • Since the summer of 2022 my team has kept our audience up to speed on important bankruptcy issues within the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
    • 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.
    • Help plan policy-focused panels and discussions for CoinDesk events.
  • 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.
  • Intern (Sept. 2017 – Jan. 2018)
    • Reported news stories.

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 Oct. 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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