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New York Post
Vice President, Head of Video, January 2016 – present
Reinvent the iconic media brand for the digital age by overseeing cross-screen video strategy, development and production. Supervises 12 person internal team and outside production companies.

Vice President, Original Digital Video, February 2014 – June 2015
Executive Producer, January 2011 – February 2014
Supervising Producer, August 2005 – December 2010
Senior News Producer, September 2003 – July 2005
Music News Editor, January 2002 – August 2003
Two-time Emmy winning producer and development executive. Directs all aspects of production, including project development, staffing, budgeting and management for both internal productions and third parties. Supervises multiple formats simultaneously, including reality (competition and docusoaps), factuals, single-subject hours and news specials that illustrate engaging storytelling. Develops internal ideas from conception to air and ensures on budget, on time delivery. Manages celebrity talent for ongoing series. Serves as production liaison between network departments such as ad sales, legal, press, promotion, talent relations, digital and mobile to ensure every project maximizes its potential.

  • Part of network’s 360 team to develop multiplatform, next generation social TV projects.
  • Acquires documentaries for VH1’s Rock Docs franchise
  • Series credits: You’re Cut Off, Hogan Knows Best, Brooke Knows Best, Luke’s Parental Advisory, Famous Crime Scene, Dance Cam Slam, Secret Childhood, Inside/Out, Hollywood Secrets Revealed, Reality Secrets Revealed, VH1 News Reports, Driven.
  • Also manages seven person team responsible for network’s daily music and celebrity news coverage which is distributed on TV, web, DTO, on-demand and mobile platforms.

Helped turn news unit into profit center by creative partnerships with integrated marketing efforts which has resulted in more than $20 million to network’s bottom line in the past two years.

Senior Correspondent, May 2000 – October 2001
Covers emerging business, legal, technology and policy news about the music and television industry’s transformation in a digital world at Kurt Andersen-Michael Hirschorn-led media start-up. Articles appeared in both biweekly print magazine (Inside, Brill’s Content,) and daily web site. Since February 2001, acquired editing experience, brainstorming and commissioning pieces from freelancers.

U.S.News & World Report
Midwest Correspondent, June 1995 – April 2000
Sole reporter covering the 13 state Midwest region for weekly newsmagazine with a readership of 10 million. Special areas of coverage include state and local politics, public policy, economics, business, electronic commerce, telecommunications, new media and arts. As a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors, frequent lecturer at national conferences on how the Internet and computers aid reporting.
Reporter, November 1992 – June 1995
Researcher, July 1990 – November 1992
Editorial Intern/researcher, September 1989 – March 1990
Reported and wrote articles for business section and investigative unit. Business coverage included media and communications, computers and macroeconomics. Expertise in computer-assisted stories included examinations of public finance, bank and insurance regulation, municipal bond market, and telephone customer service. Helped compile quantitative analysis on large database projects, including America’s Best Colleges and reports on the economic health of the states.

Common Cause Magazine
Editorial Intern/researcher, September 1989 – March 1990<
Assisted senior staff writers with investigative articles pertaining to government ethics, campaign finance reform and influence-peddling for quarterly magazine.



  • APEX Award for Top Personality Profile (given by Communications Concepts, a publishing consulting firm), 2001
  • Webby Award for Best Online News Site (shared), 2001
  • Arthur F. Burns Fellowship to travel to Germany, July-September 1999
  • National Press Foundation Fellowship to graduate school of banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 1995
  • American University seminar on computer-assisted reporting, July 1993
  • Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) fellowship at Tulane University to study NAFTA, February 1993
  • Certificate from Wharton Seminar for Business Writers, November 1992
  • CASE fellowship at University of Michigan to study presidential politics and polling, February 1992
  • Honorable Mention, Benjamin Fine Award for education reporting, Spring 1991


  • Rolling Stone, Fortune, Entertainment Weekly, New York, U.S.News & World Report, The New Republic, Washington Monthly, Inside.com and Inside Magazine, Blender, MSNBC.com, The Industry Standard.com, New York Daily News, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Michigan History Magazine, Common Cause Magazine, Prism, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, SportsSense, Connecticut College Magazine, Washington City Paper.
  • Author Docs That Rock, a blog dedicated to music documentaries, April 2008 – December 2011.
  • Co-authored chapter in Merchants of Misery: How Corporate America Profits from Poverty, edited by Michael Hudson, Common Courage Press, 1996.
  • Television reporting (off-camera) for PBS show “Washington Week in Review,” 1994-1995.




    Connecticut College
    B.A. in Government, History Minor, Overall 3.6 GPA
    Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude, Pi Sigma Alpha, Robert E. Lorish Prize for excellence in study of Government, Senior Achievement Award for outstanding service and leadership, Honors and Distinction in Major Field, Dean’s List every semester, financed 65% of education through scholarships, loans, and employment.
    American University
    Center for International Journalism, one completed graduate school seminar