I’m a seasoned writer, editor and social media manager with a strong background in journalism and marketing communications. I can utilize my broad experience as a journalist in creating high-quality content to help organizations reach their strategic communications goals.
With media savvy, organizational skills and an eye for detail, I can effectively create content that benefits an audience in marketing and journalistic environments.
I’m a lecturer in the journalism department at San Francisco State University, where I teach writing and editing. I’m also a freelance writer, editor and communications professional.
I helped to tell the story of the University of California’s public service mission as a writer and editor for the UC Office of the President and was a marketing communications writer for the San Francisco Chronicle.
My journalism background includes experience as editor-in-chief of Hyphen magazine, and I’ve been an editor, online producer and writer for such publications as the Chronicle (where I’m currently a part-time copy editor), Newsday, Bay Area News Group and the Associated Press. I am the author of news, feature and opinion articles published in the Chronicle, USA Today, Salon.com, Newsday and other outlets.
I hold a master’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism. I’m a graduate of the Asian American Journalists Association Executive Leadership Program, the National Conference of Editorial Writers Minority Writers Seminar and the UC Berkeley Knight Digital Media Center Multimedia Training Program.
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