After an upbringing in New Rochelle, New York, as a celebrity second doubles tennis player and play-by-play broadcaster for the Huguenots high school football team, I moved to the great midwest where I would spend the next six years of my life. My first stop was Evanston, Illinois where I attended Northwestern University and studied journalism, survived the Polar Vortex of 2014, and lived in Copenhagen for a semester.
After school, I pursued an interest in the tech startup world through the Venture for America fellowship program, which brought me to Columbus, Ohio for my first job. I’m now back in New York, thrilled to be at tech and ticketing startup SeatGeek, where I work on communications, data, and the intersection of the two.
I’m interested in a variety of things, many of them in the digital world: startups, web development, media, the impact technology can have on journalism and storytelling, and social entrepreneurship.
Below are a handful of projects, both personal and for work, that I’m most excited about. More to come.
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