Editor, @revieweddotcom ( a division of @usatoday) | Prior life: @npr 📻 and @washingtonpost 🗞️ ) | Side hustle: #wine writer🍷: @itswinebyme.

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File this in the "who knew" department! Interesting to see the test, even more interesting to view the results!  https://twitter.com/revieweddotcom/status/954374400551407616 
Reporting and writing my latest piece for @SevenFiftyDaily was a great lesson in how innovation can help grow a wine distribution business.  https://daily.sevenfifty.com/the-growth-strategy-propelling-five-grapes-to-profitability/ 
Following #CES2018? or just curious what cool tools will be on the market? Here are @revieweddotcom's editor's choice awards for the gadgets you'll actually want to buy (via @USATODAY)!  https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/reviewedcom/2018/01/10/ces-editors-choice-awards-coolest-new-products-youll-want-buy-2018/109324528/ 
Congrats to @azizansari on the #goldenglobe win! This is me, stalking him (or at least his back) at the @rawwine festival in NY in November. Dude understands natty wine! 🍷 https://t.co/KkxODBdKX7
Wow! Thrilled to hear about the $1 million grants to @ICIJorg and @pressfreedom from the #GoldenGlobes
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What was your first job as a journalist?

My first professional job was writing for a small sports paper in Irvine, Calif., while still in high school.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

I used one until high school, but I skipped over the entire "word processor" movement and went directly to an Apple and then a PC.

How is social media changing news?

It's not only creating a higher level of reader engagement, but it's helping increase accountability.

duPont Award from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism

2015 - Outstanding Public Service
Award honors NPR's "Guilty And Charged" series: http://www.npr.org/series/313986316/guilty-and-charged

Peabody Award

Honored as part of the team for the NPR's series Native Foster Care: Lost Children, Shattered Families. http://www.npr.org/series/141763531/native-foster-care-lost-children-shattered-families