The Hill

I started working at The Hill in Washington, D.C., in October 2017 as a breaking news reporter before transitioning to the White House beat full-time in early 2019.

I report on daily news and trend stories, pursue breaking news and work to establish sources every day. You can find some examples of my work

Biden to sign executive orders on climate, health care, immigration in first two weeks

This story was a scoop that I reported before any other outlet. I obtained a draft memo that outlined every executive action President Biden planned to take in his first two weeks in office.

Biden appointments give Newsom chance to reshape California politics

This was my story idea, which I ended up working on with a colleague. I believe it shows I'm able to generate ideas that aren't directly on my beat at first glance and branch out to delve into critical political issues.

California trip shows Trump doesn't always hate the media

I wrote this story the day after I returned from a three-day trip out West with then-President Trump, where I wrote several pieces on each of his stops in New Mexico and California. I think this story reflects my ability to incorporate details into my writing and write more analytically at times.

Here's why it matters when Trump last tested negative for COVID-19

This was my story idea that I came up with and reported on in the span of a few hours as controversy swirled around the White House's refusal to disclose when then-President Trump had last tested negative for COVID-19 before contracting the virus.

Meet President Biden's legislative affairs chief

I wrote this profile on Louisa Terrell, one of the more under the radar but critical officials in the Biden White House, a few weeks into the new administration.