The Boston Herald, June 2015 – present
I coordinate social media strategy for the Boston Herald and Boston Herald Radio while also overseeing video production. My work also includes special projects and day-to-day news editing.
I can be heard on Herald Radio from 2-4 p.m. weekdays for a show I host, The Rundown, that focuses on the news of the day.
WFXT FOX25 News, September 2014 – April 2015
As the manager of web content, I helped WFXT increase total page views on all platforms 43 percent, increase visits 94 percent, increase unique visitors 55 percent and increase video plays 141 percent. I also helped spur along one of the most robust social media outfits in the Boston market, increasing likes on the station’s Facebook page 16 percent (or 50,000) and increasing Twitter followers by 30 percent — all by instituting calculated best practices for success.
Boston.com / The Boston Globe, November 2009 – September 2014
As a sports writer and content producer for Boston.com, I covered the New England Patriots for three seasons while contributing coverage to other sports and video projects. I contributed live coverage to all major events, including the Boston Marathon, and maintained the website, shot video, edited copy and developed engaging features. In other roles for the Boston Globe and Boston.com, I oversaw the site’s coverage of high school sports, organizing multiple correspondents and the development of special projects. You can peruse the Boston.com tag to see more of my high school sports coverage, which includes links to The Huddle, a high school football show I hosted.
The Union, September 2007 – October 2009
I began as a sports writer covering high school and community sports, writing a weekly column and paginating section pages two to three times a week before transitioning to local news coverage where I reported on the town of Nevada City, Calif. I doubled up duties at The Union when I took over the role of online community manager, overseeing the website’s social media, blogging, engagement and community outreach.