I'm now covering the California economy for the Los Angeles Times, living in beautiful, strange Los Angeles.
Just before, you know, blazing a trail out west, I wrote about student debt and higher education for Bloomberg, for two years.
Before that, I worked at the New York Times, as an editorial assistant to Nick Kristof and Charles Blow.
The first job I had after graduating from Princeton in 2011 was as a research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations, working on Latin America.
A SAMPLE OF CLIPS:
The Los Angeles Times:
Amazon drivers say they are pushed to the limit as holiday deliveries reach a frenzy
Californians compete for a rare prize: a blue-collar union job paying up to $200,000
For some workers, pay raise comes with loss of cheap child care
California actually benefits a lot from free trade with China
Robots could replace 1.7 million American truckers in the next decade
Despite fears, Mexico's manufacturing boom is lifting U.S. workers
Squeezed garment factories use check cashing services to mask true wages, workers say
Why the gig economy doesn't work for everyone
Are Lawyers Getting Dumber?
The Lawsuit Machine Going After Student Debtors
How The Government Polices What Student Debtors Spend
The Delinquent Borrowers Leading a Student Loans Revolt
Student Debt Threatens the Safety Net for Elderly Americans
The New York Times:
Loan Monitor is Accused of Ruthless Tactics on Student Debt
In Hookups, Inequality Reigns
Immigrants Find it Cheaper to Send Money Home
Marketplace segment on automakers in Mexico 2/3/17
Marketplace long and short 12/2/16
Marketplace weekend 8/26/16
The Brian Lehrer Show 8/26/15
Bloomberg Law 12/28/2015
Why It's So Hard to Get Rid of Student Debt
Sheryl Sandberg Says You Don't Need an MBA in Tech
The Real Payoff From an MBA is Different for Men and Women