Birthday: November 13, 1986
I grew up on the South Shore with a strong passion for journalism. I graduated from Franklin Pierce University with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications and today I currently live in Quincy.
At Franklin Pierce, I worked on the school newspaper as a reporter , sports editor, managing editor and became the editor in chief during my senior year.
While in college, I interned for the Boston Bruins, writing newsletters for the team's website and interned for Jam'n 94.5 FM as a web intern. I have held a production internship with ESPN during the 2007 NASCAR Sylvania 300. I have also reported for the Patriot Ledger, the Canton Citizen, the Ven-U New England Magazine, and got the opportunity to interview the first person in America to vote when I covered the 2008 President Elections for Dan Rather Reports HD TV station.
I'm very excited to learn as much as I can about Hingham and Weymouth and report on stories that are important to residents. With Patch, I plan to highlight the community of Hingham and Weymouth, the people and their stories.
When I'm not writing, I love watching sports and going for a relaxing run. I enjoy meeting new people, so please feel free to stop me and say hello.
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Local Hot-Button Issues
In Hingham: the Hingham Middle School Project, Harbor Devolpment, the MBTA Hingham to Boston ferry service.
In Weymouth: The Southfield Development and the increase of drug arrests.