I’m a longtime tech reporter living in Washington, D.C. and work for POLITICO’s tech reporting team. I cover Capitol Hill and the FCC for POLITICO’s tech policy reporting team. Key coverage areas include 5G, net neutrality, broadband, wireless spectrum as well as emerging tech fights surrounding data privacy and regulation of Silicon Valley tech giants.
Before POLITICO, I spent five years honing my telecommunications policy knowledge at Communications Daily, an award-winning trade publication that’s led tech and telecom industry reporting for decades.
I’m a native St. Louisan who earned a Master’s degree in journalism as well as bachelor’s degrees in magazine journalism and history from the University of Missouri (graduate thesis: quantitative research on how snark affects newsreaders).
You can reach me here.