A BIT ABOUT ME
I'm a journalist reporting on the intersection of religion, politics, gender and culture. I'm passionate about seeking out stories of complex identities, including people who straddle religious, ethnic and cultural lines. I am currently based in New York and have reported from Israel and Puerto Rico.
I received my B.A. from Cornell University, where I studied government, and my M.A. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where I studied comparative religion, focusing on ancient Judaism and early Christianity. I speak English, Swedish, Hebrew and French and have studied a handful of other languages.
I currently work as a staff writer at the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, a news agency with more than 70 client publications around the world. My work has appeared in Refinery29, Forward, Times of Israel, Hadassah Magazine and Psychology Today. I am a member of the Religion News Association.