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Education 

Transom Story Workshop, Woods Hole, MA.  9-week training program for radio producers, training under Rob Rosenthal, Jay Allison, Daniel Alarcón, and Nancy Updike. Fall 2016

Amherst College, Amherst, MA. B.A. in History and French, and Five College Certificate in Latin American/Latino Studies.  2008


Professional Experience

NY Women's Foundation Fellow for NPR's Latino USA, producing and reporting stories for and about women and LGBTQ individuals. July 2018-Present

Miami StorySLAM Producer for The Moth, producing monthly live storytelling show. 2016-Present

Program Coordinator for Americans for Immigrant Justice Children's Project, providing programming support  to legal team. 2015

Storyteller/Community Outreach Associate for The Lotus House, creating compelling content for grant, proposals, reports, web & social media. 2014

Site Supervisor/Senior Coordinator for StoryCorps' Mobile Booth, managing field operations while training, inspiring, and supervising interns and Mobile Facilitators. 2011-2013

Bilingual Field Producer/Facilitator for StoryCoorps' Mobile Booth, conducting 414 oral history interviews around the country, resulting in 5 national radio broadcast on NPR's Morning Edition, and one animated short on PBS's POV. 2009-2010


Language & Multicultural Competency

Native fluency in English and Spanish; proficient in French.

Comfortable working with people of all backgrounds. Nuanced understanding of various cultural experiences, preferences, and differences. Self-awareness of the limits of my own understanding.