Writing Portfolio

Invited, Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter

I was invited to write a peer-reviewed chapter in the upcoming (summer 2019) second edition of Interviewing: The Oregon Method, edited by Dr. Peter Laufer, published by Oregon State University Press.

(See first edition.)


Eugene Weekly
Circulation: 36,000
Deeper Issues of Generational Poverty: Snow destroyed tents of unhoused family

This was the Eugene Weekly’s most read and most shared story of the week.

Campus Life Newsletter

Chief writer and editor of monthly nonprofit newsletters, February 2015 – June 2018

Adoption and Foster Care

Blog articles on adoption and foster care 

UO Master’s in Journalism Program

Aging Populations
Oregonian Seniors Need and Want to Work Past 60

Heritage Crafting Story
Lane County’s Heritage Crafts in Danger of Dying Out

Profile of an Archaeologist
Indiana Jones, Amelia Earhart and Dr. Pettigrew

Water in the American West 
Water in the American West Issue One

Water in the American West Issue Two

Water in the American West Issue Three

Human Trafficking Awareness

Hope Ranch News
What Modern-Day Slavery Looks Like

Teen Ink Magazine
Interview with a Former Sex Slave


American Dairymen Magazine
A Path to Better Security: Stress-Free Farming and Safer Lives


[Featured in] Ford Scholars Promotional Video, 2018

[Featured in] Life in Oregon, 2012 & 2013

[Featured in] The Register-Guard, 2012

[Featured in] The Torch, 2012 & 2013

Historical Research

A New India and a New World – How the Pacific War Led to Indian Independence

On a Train to the Turkish Republic

When Worlds Collide – Manichaeism and Christianity in Late Antiquity

Writing/Research Awards

Library Research Award, Northwest Christian University, 2015
Topic of research paper: Human Trafficking Law Reform

Life in Oregon Writing Award, First Place in State, 2011 & 2012

Professional Memberships

Member of the Society of Professional Journalists

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