I am a biweekly columnist for The Coven, an independently run digital publication devoted to giving voices to college women and carving out a new space for women in the media. I contribute pieces that combine cultural criticism and personal reflection.
THE PRINCETON TRIANGLE CLUB promotional materials
I served as the Public Relations and Copy Manager for the Princeton Triangle Club from 2017-2019, in addition to serving as a lyricist and bookwriter for the musicals (see the Theater tab for more on that). As the PR/Copy Manager, I helped write press releases, promotional emails, and poster copy for all of the Triangle Club's student-written and student-performed shows.
I spent the summer of 2016 as an intern at Eurofish International Organisation in Copenhagen, Denmark.
My responsibilities as an editorial intern at Eurofish Magazine included writing short news items and longer features on the European fishing industry for the bimonthly Eurofish Magazine.
Buying farmed fish directly from the source: Demand for fresh local fish encourages producers to open their own outlets.July / August 2016.
Health benefits may encourage greater use of fish: In the fast food industry, fish products still have a limited presence. September / October 2016.
UK and Japanese fish consumption continue to decline
Sweden: Study finds that fish prefer harmful plastic particles over plankton
Norway: Fishing industry group commits to Arctic cod sustainability agreement
EU threatens ban on Thai seafood
This feature covered the 100th anniversary in February 2017 of a highly restrictive immigration act passed by President Woodrow Wilson, and its lingering legacy. The piece appeared in print in Princeton Magazine and Urban Agenda Magazine, as well as online.