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Here's a small sampling of the reporting I've done throughout my nine years in journalism. Throughout that time, I've mostly written about real estate, housing and economic development. I've reported for several publications throughout Houston, Chicago and New York, and either worked (or currently work) as a full-time reporter at the following publications.


Since 2021, I've been a full-time reporter and writer at NerdWallet: a leading personal finance publication trusted by 20 million monthly unique readers. My time at NerdWallet is mostly split between two efforts: writing breaking news briefs on current events that affect consumers' wallets, and producing easy-to-understand guides and reviews on everything from reproductive health care resources to car insurance. 

For two years, I worked as a reporter at CoStar News: a new publication helmed by former Bloomberg and Washington Post editors focused on breaking the biggest stories in commercial real estate: housing, office space, retail, industrial, life sciences and more. Within a year, I was named the publication's National Apartments Reporter.


During my four years as a reporter with the Houston Business Journal, I regularly broke news about some of the biggest corporate players in the city: Amazon, Ikea, Wayfair, Exxon and countless other energy companies. I wrote just under 1,100 stories for the publication: breaking news briefs, data-driven analyses, deep-dive cover stories and Q&As with civic and private sector power players. Two years into my tenure, I was promoted to Commercial Real Estate Reporter: regularly the paper's most well-read beat, right after the Energy section. 

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