I grew up in Silicon Valley, attended Jewish day schools in Palo Alto, and caught the journalism bug early. I treasured my antique typewriter, a Hanukkah gift I received at age seven, and determined then that journalism would be my lifelong passion.
I moved to New York City when I was 18. I began writing for the Columbia Daily Spectator and interning at Glamour Magazine, Slate.com, MSNBC, and NBC News, all during my years as a student at Barnard College. I graduated in 2015 with a degree in American Studies, and an award-winning thesis on the genealogy of voices inside our digital devices, offering a contemporary theory on why our devices are so predominantly female-voiced, and the impact those voices carry in our daily lives.
From 2014-2018 I worked my way up the ladder at NBC News in 30 Rockefeller Center. I jumped from Morning Joe intern, to NBC Nightly News desk assistant, to network-wide associate producer for NBC News's nascent business and technology team.
As an associate producer, I became one of the news network’s go-to sources for news, contacts, and pitches on economic policy, retail trends, Wall Street volatility, and all things tech. I am most grateful for the freedom I was given to take the lead and develop stories from start to finish alongside a correspondent. These stories aired on NBC Nightly News, the TODAY Show, and MSNBC.
I moved to Bakersfield, CA in April 2018 for a chance at on-air reporting. I was a general assignment reporter every weekday at 5pm and 6pm for KBAK Eyewitness News.
In December 2020 I began reporting for KTVU, a true homecoming! I'm excited to deliver important information to Bay Area homes at a time when accurate and reliable journalism is more vital than ever, and eager to continue to report on business and tech from the place where so much of the industry started (and where I started), Silicon Valley.
Close to 68,000 football fans packed Levi's Stadium Sunday night for the 49ers home opener against the Green Bay Packers. It was January 2020 when the stadium hosted its last home game, which, coincidentally was also against the Packers.
The city of Mill Valley partnered with a team of Google researchers that have been studying evacuation modeling in Mill Valley, an area prone to traffic congestion if there was a need for hundreds of cars to evacuate at once.
San Francisco is the second Bay Area county after Marin County to publicize its public health plan for rolling out COVID-19 vaccines for children under the age of 12, and booster shots for eligible San Franciscans.
From Livermore to Napa Valley's high elevations, the National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for parts of the North and East Bay that went into effect Sunday night. PG&E also shut off power to a small swath of residents in Solano, Lake and Yolo counties.
Two small fires erupted at a homeless encampment by the San Jose airport Sunday. Seven people were displaced by the fires, but hundreds more living at the encampment are being told by the city that they need to clear out of the area in the coming days and months.
More than 200 people gathered in Palo Alto Saturday night for a multi faith peace picnic and prayer service, held by the American Muslim Voice Foundation and 37 peace partners that included religious leaders across faiths.
In response to two violent incidents that happened in downtown Walnut Creek Sunday night, the Walnut Creek Police Department is adding six additional foot patrols to the downtown area.
Families living in Healdsburg are suspicious that arson is to blame for 15 fires sparking in the span of just over three hours Monday night.
Bay Area synagogues are navigating hybrid services and outdoor gatherings for Rosh Hashanah after the pandemic last year forced services online.
East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell held his first in-person town hall since the start of the pandemic, facing both supporters and critics at the mask-required outdoor event, held on the Castro Valley High School football field Friday evening.