was a reporting fellow in 2020. A graduate of Northwestern, she worked as the copy chief and assistant city editor at the student-run newspaper The Daily Northwestern. She has also worked as a metro reporting intern at the Columbus Dispatch and interned at Columbus Monthly, the city's arts, culture and dining magazine.
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