This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of everything I've done, but I hope it gives a look into my interests and experience in a variety of fields.
There are a few specific points I hope you take away from my CV. In 2019, I served as a reporting intern with WFYI News Radio in Indianapolis. WFYI is one of the largest National Public Radio affiliates in the midwest. As an intern in that office, I learned the value of local reporting. I witnessed the power of city government and the policies its leadership implements. It was an invaluable lesson.
I've placed a high value on internships. During summer 2021, I am working as a public affairs intern with the Government Accountability Office. The GAO is a government agency with an active public affairs division, and I am beyond excited to have the opportunity.
I am a graduate of Park Tudor School's class of 2020. I took an advanced set of courses at the school and was subsequently awarded the Frank Meek Memorial Award, the school's highest honour given to outgoing students.
In Fall 2020, I entered Indiana University to study journalism, political science, and economics. I'm a member of the prestigious Ernie Pyle Scholars cohort and a student in the honours college.
Now, I'm writing for IU's student newspaper. I most recently covered city government and politics in Bloomington, Indiana, a city I now call my home.
I welcome you to download a full PDF version of my resume. And feel free to contact me if you'd like more information.
At the sample gates, one of IU's most iconic landmarks
Entered the Class of 2024, pursuing a major in journalism, economics, and political science
Admitted to the school's elite Ernie Pyle Scholars program, a prestigious honours cohort for journalism students
Joined the Liberal Arts and Management Program, a selective business certificate course sequence
Pursued a track of high-level courses and seminars within the university's honours college
PARK TUDOR SCHOOL
Pursued a track of high-level courses (5 AP Classes, 9 AP Tests by graduation)
Conducted an independent study and research project: "Journalism in the 21st Century: Ethics, Issues, and Transformations"
Government Accountability Office
Intern, Office of Public Affairs
INDIANA DAILY STUDENT
EDITOR, NEWS DESK (Fall 2021)
CITY POLITICS REPORTER (SPRING 2021)
STUDENT GOVERNMENT REPORTER (Fall 2020)
Worked to cover campus events through both traditional print and digital avenues
Covered Bloomington's government bodies, including the Mayor's office and the City Council
WFYI News Radio
General assignment reporting intern
Worked as the only non-college student intern on staff, reporting on major events within Indianapolis
Covered ten Presidential candidates, two city mayors, a mayoral candidate, city council, two members of Congress, a Congressional candidate, a county prosecutor, and local businesses
I'm a public radio nerd. And I'm proud of it.
Reporters without borders
Member, IU Chapter
Attended meetings regarding education surrounding press freedom
IU STUDENT JUDicIAL CONDUCT BoarD
CHAIRPERSON, CENTRAL REGION BOARD
Led conduct hearings in accordance with IU’s student rights policies
Created and explained action plans to students after disciplinary hearings
Submitted reports and documents based on judicial discussions
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
Public Relations Writing Reporting Campaign Management Social Media
Event Management Video Photo
Public Speaking Logistical Planning
Adobe applications (InDesign, Photoshop, Audition, and PremierePro)
Google suite (Sheets, Slides, Docs, etc.)
Microsoft applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.)
Coding languages (Python, Java, SQL)
Coding languages (HTML, CSS, C-based languages, and R)
Additional website design platforms
at the Al Neuharth free spirit and journalism conference in 2019. Read more here.
AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE
SUMMER HONOURS PROGRAM
AL NEUHARTH FREE SPIRIT AND JOURNALISM CONFERENCE
REPRESENTATIVE FROM INDIANA
Selected as Indiana's sole representative to the prestigious journalism conference, held annually at the Newseum Institute in Washington DC
Discussed media ethics with Washington Post investigative journalist David Fahrenthold and attended talks and panels given by professional journalists
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