I’m a sports writer and producer for The Boston Globe‘s Boston.com. I’m originally from San Francisco and a graduate of California State University, Chico. I’ve been writing for newspapers since 2003, covering sports in Massachusetts and California as well as municipalities like Oakland, Calif., and Nevada City, Calif. I’ve also penned an award-winning column for The Union’s sports section, touching on preps, pro and community sports. Since I’ve been at the Globe, I’ve helped cover the NBA Finals, two Stanley Cup Finals and a Super Bowl. I’ll call it a coincidence that Boston.com has taken two Top 10 APSE awards for its sports section during my tenure.
I am also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and I serve as the vice president of the Boston chapter.
My focus at work is often football related, whether that’s the New England Patriots or high schools. But I’m also known to tweet about the Boston Celtics, San Francisco 49ers, and San Francisco Giants. I freelance on the side, too.
If you’re wondering, my name is Swahili. It means “beautiful” or “handsome.” And if you believe everything you read, it also means I’m a girl.
Here, you’ll find my thoughts on journalism, writing, culture, technology, sports and more. This is my playground. Enjoy it with me.
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