Managing Editor/Digital at The Washington (DC) Examiner newspaper, former data editor there. I (heart) public records.
I'm an old newspaper dog now doing new media tricks. I'm managing editor/digital at The Washington Examiner newspaper, basically running the content side of our website. In my old job as data editor, I created original watchdog journalism with an additional focus on mapping and interactive and multimedia projects.
I wore many hats in a small nonprofit newsroom.
I was proud to work at Nashville's morning daily for 14 years.
Fellow, July 2011 multimedia workshop, Knight Digital Media Center at the University of California-Berkeley; National Institute for Computer Assisted Reporting mapping boot camp, 2007; Analyst's Notebook Level 1 class, i2, Tyson's Corner, Va., 2009; National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting CAR boot camp, 2001; Poynter Institute newspaper reporting and writing seminar, 2000.
Editor of student newspaper, The Vanderbilt Hustler, 1994; Richard A. Geyer Jr. Award winner (for student journalists), 1995; Charles Forrest Alexander Award winner (for student journalists), 1995; McTyeire Hall resident, 1993-94 (German hall); McGill Project resident, 1992-93.