An award-winning producer and editor, I am passionate about visual storytelling, and have experience in developing and growing video content across various platforms. Chosen as one of 28 women globally for the 2018 class of Poynter Institute’s Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media.

Currently the Director of Video Strategy and the Senior Video Editor for the Boston Globe, I oversee the production and distribution of the Globe’s original video content, while also managing video business operations and leading the digital video strategy. Additionally, serve as a project manager and a visual editor for various digital initiatives at the Boston Globe.

I manage a team of video producers and coordinate the daily video news operation. Have launched and served as executive producer for the political digital video series “Ground Game”, “Live Political Happy Hour”, and the food series “Smart Cooks”.

I consult on social media strategy development, project management, and audience development. I am also part of the Digital Women Leaders coaching initiative that is focused on expanding career counseling and mentorship opportunities for women in digital media.

AWARDS

2021 NATIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARD WINNER

Hard News for “The Virus’s Tale” in the large digital news category.

2021 PULITZER PRIZE FOR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING

Lead video producer for the “Blind Spot” documentary, that was part of the the series that won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in Investigative Reporting.

2021 EMMY AWARD

National Academy of Arts and Sciences, New England Chapter

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2021 EMMY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING HEALTH/MEDICAL-LONG FORM CONTENT

National Academy of Arts and Sciences, New England Chapter

For producing a documentary short, “The Virus’s Tale.”

2020 PULITZER PRIZE FINALIST IN LOCAL REPORTING

Lead video producer for “The Valedictorian Project.”

2020 NATIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARD WINNER

Excellence in Feature Reporting for “At the Edge of a Warming World” in the large digital news category.

2020 EMMY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL REPORT

National Academy of Arts and Sciences, New England Chapter

For cinematography and producing a documentary short, “‘Everything Is Changing’: Climate Change On Cape Cod.”

2020 EMMY AWARD FOR NEWS PROMO SINGLE SPOT

National Academy of Arts and Sciences, New England Chapter

For producing a news promo for a documentary short, “At The Edge Of A Warming World.”

2020 SCRIPPS HOWARD AWARDS RECIPIENT

Topic of the Year, The Impact of Climate Change on Communities

Lead video producer for a documentary short, “At the Edge of a Warming World.”

2019 NATIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARD WINNER

Overall Excellence in Social Media in the large digital news category.

2019 EDITOR & PUBLISHER “EPPY” AWARDS RECIPIENT

For producing best news or event feature video, “Why Wasn’t Anyone Able To Save Laura?”

2019 ONLINE JOURNALISM AWARD RECIPIENT

Best Feature Story, Medium Newsroom

Lead video producer for feature story, “Why Wasn’t Anyone Able To Save Laura?”

2019 EMMY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING NEWS SPECIALTY REPORT/HUMAN INTEREST

National Academy of Arts and Sciences, New England Chapter

For producing and editing a feature video, “Why Wasn’t Anyone Able To Save Laura?”

2018 PULITZER PRIZE FINALIST IN LOCAL REPORTING

Lead video producer for “Boston. Racism. Image. Reality” series.

2017 EMMY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAM/SPECIAL

National Academy of Arts and Sciences, New England Chapter

For producing and editing video investigative series, “Private Schools, Painful Secrets.”

2016 EMMY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING NEWS REPORT - SERIOUS FEATURE

National Academy of Arts and Sciences, New England Chapter

For producing and editing a documentary short, “A Day in Life of Leo.”

DIGITAL PROJECTS

VIDEOS

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