Most of my job is behind the scenes: conceptualizing, assigning and editing stories from our correspondents, finding new ways to present stories to readers, and ensuring that our stories are as widely and wisely distributed as possible. I also write occasionally.

Past work

Foreign digital editor, The Washington Post

Thing I’m most proud of: One of the bigger projects I led as foreign digital editor was “Occupied: Year 50,” a three-part series on the Israeli occupation of the West Bank. The concept: Then-Jerusalem bureau chief William Booth would tell the stories of what life is like as Palestinian living under Israeli rule, through three characters. My role was to manage the overall project: Guide the digital presentation, get buy-in from stakeholders around the newsroom, set a project schedule, and keep it on all on track.

  • Date: May 2017
  • Role: Project manager

Other projects I loved:

Newsletter and alerts editor, The Washington Post

Thing I’m most proud of: The creation of pop-up newsletters (thanks to Nieman Lab for the write-up)

  • Date: 2016
  • Role: Project manager

Tablet editor, The Washington Post

Thing I’m most proud of: As the newsroom point person for this product “refresh,” I conducted editorial and production testing pre-launch and created new workflows to adjust to backend changes, then trained the breaking news team. I also tracked bugs and worked closely with the product team to address immediate fixes.

  • Date: January 2015
  • Role: Producer, newsroom liaison, tester

Digital projects producer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Thing I’m most proud of: As the project manager on the Journal Sentinel’s mobile redesign project, I prioritized functionality and facelift changes, wrote CSS for new designs, communicated across departments to coordinate ads and analytics, and managed feedback from a group of 15 Journal Sentinel managers and employees.

  • Date: 2014
  • Role: Project manager, designer