Data & maps
The New Humanitarian
In 2020, I established a data visualization strategy as digital production editor at TNH. During my time in the role, I personally created most of the data visualization, introduced modern concepts to the team and trained staff on proper standards and styles. Notable examples include an in-depth data-centric view of the humanitarian industry over time and numerous charts within a reporting stream on Colombia.
While at TNH, I also created a variety of maps to enhance reporting from across the world, from the Amazon in South America to the Mediterranean to Democratic Republic of Congo.
Pew Research Center
From 2016 to 2019, I worked as associate digital producer and writer on the team that produced Pew Research Center's Fact Tank data blog.
At the Center, I wrote about a wide variety of issues, including women in leadership around the world, immigrants and children of immigrants in the U.S. Congress, American teens and depression, racial divides in America's schools, the rise in renting, Americans' awareness of gender-neutral pronouns, the changing face of Congress over time, the rising presence of police officers in schools and Millennials' high use of libraries. I also wrote the popular year-end "striking findings" roundup articles for 2016, 2017 and 2018. You can find all of my work here.
As is the case with much of the Center's work, my analyses were cited by many news organizations, think tanks, congressional offices and other reputed sources.
The University of Missouri – Columbia
I researched and wrote an intensive data-based thesis on Czech and Slovak young adult views of democracy as an undergraduate student at the University of Missouri. Please inquire for more information.