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I’ve been a multimedia journalist for 8 years and have covered both high school and professional sports as well as other events for both the newspaper and radio. I’ve also interned as a radio engineer at TALK Radio and TV Network LLP. I’ve also had my work published in news outlets including but not limited to The Washington Post, Associated Press, The Fairfax County Times, and U.S. News.
I have many years of experience editing, producing, and creating multimedia packages and webcasts. Additionally, I contribute to FanSided, Boston University News Service, and other publications.
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My skills include Microsoft Office, Tableau, SQL, and Adobe as well as Audacity and J-Grasp. I’m also well-rounded in social media including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
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I graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BS in Mass Communications focusing on Broadcast Journalism.
I got started as a junior in high school covering both the football and basketball teams for the Watchdog Newspaper. Since arriving at VCU, I work with WVCW Student Radio at VCU and have contributed to the Commonwealth Times student newspaper.
I have also written for other Virginia newspapers including the Virginia Mercury. In addition to sports writing, I’ve also written about entertainment and politics as well as other school districts and technology. I completed an internship with the Fairfax County Times where I produced Weekly content on Fairfax County while penning a weekly column known as ”Breaking Free”, detailing emergence from Covid-19.
I recently became a contributor to FanSided in September 2020, Creating content and analytical pieces on the NFL, NBA, etc while performing SEO to promote content through various platforms including Facebook and Twitter. Also, I have been utilizing social media data and tailoring articles while following company guidelines to increase viewership.
My biggest achievement would have to be my article on how Ghazala Hashmi overcame racism to become the first Muslim-American woman to serve in the state senate. That story was published across 800 news sources including the Washington Post, Kansas City Star, Miami Herald, and Associated Press.
I was also recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists and have won awards in both Breaking News Reporting and General News Reporting for Region 2.
In my spare time, I find that a good book is useful or I can be found watching Jeopardy to expand my knowledge as well as watching sports. You can also find me on the hunt for a big story.