If Roe v. Wade Goes, Women May Have To Drive Hours For An Abortion. It's Already Happening in North Dakota [The Daily Beast]
Tatewin Means Wants To Be The First Native American Woman To Serve As Attorney General [Refinery29]
For Women In Congress, The State of the Union Is A #MeToo Moment [Glamour.com]
Tina Smith Is The First Planned Parenthood Official To Serve In The U.S. Senate [Teen Vogue]
What It's Like To Live In The Toughest Places For Women [Public Radio International]
"Bill To: The Patriarchy": How One Woman Is Addressing The Unpaid Wage Gap [The Lily]
Why Grown Women Worship Johnny Weir [Bustle]
Meet The Football-Playing Homecoming Queen Breaking The News Cycle [Refinery29]
Squaw Goes Green [Comstock's magazine]
The To-Do List Trick That Finally Got My Life In Order [The Daily Beast]
"I Don't Eat In A Bathroom": This Lawmaker Doesn't Want Women To Breastfeed Where They Pee [The Lily]
"A Frightening Precedent": Inside The GOP-Backed Effort To Boot 3 Women From Office [Refinery29]
Colleges Are Adding Luxe Perks To Lure Students. But Daycare? Too Expensive [Refinery29]
How The Vicious Boy King Of Free Speech Sparked A Battle At Berkeley [Refinery29]
Just What The Doctor Ordered? Women In Medicine Flood Ballot [Refinery29]
This Is The New Face Of The Pro-Life Movement [Refinery29]
I'm An Abortion Travel Agent [Refinery29]
Meet The Millennial Women Running For State Legislature [Refinery29]
Voting Helped Her Get "One Step Closer To Feeling Normal" [Refinery29]
What's In A Name? For Kentucky Derby Race Horses, Plenty Of References Rules, & Lineage [NBC Owned TV Stations]
Student Loans Delay, Deter Dreams Of Becoming A Nun [NBC Owned TV Stations]
"You May Be Tired, But You're Wiser": Why More Moms Are Having Babies After 40 [NBC Owned TV Stations]
Gift Me: College-Bound Turn To Online Registries [NBC Owned TV Stations]
Some other cool stuff:
I helped New England Cable News create its inaugural New Hampshire presidential primary candidate tracker, an interactive database tracking 2016 hopefuls' visits to the Granite State.
At NBC, I covered the Olympics, midterm and mayoral elections, and high-profile national and international breaking news events, including the Navy Yard shooting, the Ebola crisis, and California wildfires.
I was a member of the team that reported and wrote Refinery29's award-winning Daughters of Paradise series on Syrian refugee women.
Love avocado toast? You might enjoy this story I wrote for Comstocks magazine in 2013.
I've covered five national conventions! A few examples of the pieces I reported are available here, here, here, here, and here.
My work as chief correspondent of The Sacramento Bee's Capitol Alert blog was recognized with a Center for California Studies award for best political blogging.
I once went on CBS to talk about a scandal involving a hot mic, sex acts, and a boastful politician (who wasn't Donald Trump).