I am currently a fellow at Quartz traversing both editorial and product teams. As a tech reporter, I obsessed over the future of cities, Silicon Valley culture, and China's rising dominance on the global tech scene. Now as a data analyst, I work with product managers to improve our news bots, app, and website, and help editorial make data-driven decisions about their coverage.
My writing has also appeared in Mother Jones, Sierra, Grist, How We Get To Next, New Republic, and other publications. In a past life, I was an application engineer at Flux, a Google X spinoff in urban sustainability.
I graduated from MIT with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and minor in Energy Studies. Alongside academics, I founded an environmentally-conscious fashion show, conducted research at the MIT Media Lab, and sang in an a cappella group.