Since college, I’ve written a range of articles that have been published in Law360, TheStreet, The Wall Street Journal, Mashable, The Huffington Post, the Chicago Reader, a number of magazines produced by the content syndication company Content That Works, North by Northwestern magazine and other outlets.
I also have helped move stories forward in The Wall Street Journal by providing research assistance. And, I spent eight months working at Medill Watchdog, where we produced in-depth investigative pieces in collaboration with our partners at the Chicago Tribune and WGN-TV. I worked most closely on a project that Medill Watchdog and the Chicago Tribune collaboratively reported for more than a year and a half that revealed a pattern of abuse at residential treatment centers for at-risk youth, catalyzed measurable change and was recognized as a Pulitzer Prize finalist.
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