About the Founder
Learn about the founder's history in journalism.
Lion’s Roar Magazine, May 2019 to Present
Initially hired as an editorial assistant, and moved to AV Producer following the success of two major projects–virtual summits and a podcast. Responsible for all audio and video including online events and learning series from pre-production to final delivery.
Self-Employed, May 2018 to Present
Published by Halifax Magazine, BBI Magazine, CBC, The Coast, Lion’s Roar magazine. Freelance housing reporter at The Coast for a year. Interviewed Black women in media for a forthcoming podcast series for Women in Film and Television Atlantic. Consulted on Sierra Club Atlantic’s forthcoming podcast for environmental activists. Graduate of the Google News Initiative Startups Bootcamp for independent local publishers, and the Entrepreneurial Journalism Creators program through the Craig Newmark School of Journalism in New York, funded by the Meta Journalism Project.
Lead Investigative Journalist
The Objective News Agency, Oct 2018 To March 2019
Digital reporting and investigation, scriptwriting, editing and producing video for a Black media startup. Produced two short documentaries about under-covered issues facing African Nova Scotians in education and employment.
Casual Part-Time Reporter, Halifax Examiner, Feb 2018 to May 2018 (Contract Term / Internship)
Content Creator and Administrative assistant, Springtide Collective, April 2017 to Sept 2017 (contract term)
Digital Media Intern, Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage, Jan 2017 to March 2017 (Contract Term)
Planning and Coordinating Assistant, Springtide Collective, May 2016 to August 2016 (Contract Term)
Editor in Chief, The Journal Publishing Society, September 2015 to May 2016