reporter – Fronteras Desk, a public radio collaboration between NPR member stations in the southwest examining changing demographics, economy, bilateral trade and politics along the U.S.-Mexico border
based at NPR member stations West Texas Public Radio and Marfa Public Radio
Panama’s Border Police on aerial surveillance along the Colombian border.
Sanjim, a nomadic reindeer herder, tends to his flock in Mongolia’s far north near Siberia.
Producer of three broadcast television documentaries: “Guantanamo,” “Sudan: Freedom for Sale” and “Amazon War.”
reported from Mexico and Latin America for The World–co-produced by the BBC World Service, WGBH, Boston & Public Radio International 2007-2011
contributor – ReVista, published by Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard; Spring 2013 issue from Panama, Fall 2014 issue from Peru, Spring 2016 from El Salvador.
previously – NPR stations W UNC, Chapel Hill, North Carolina and WBUR, Boston, filed features for NPR from Haiti, North Carolina, and Mongolia
former contributor National Geographic Ethnosphere Project, contributor National Geographic online news service; Fellow- Explorers Club of New York
articles and photographs featured in the Boston Globe, the San Diego Union Tribune, El Periódico de Guatemala, La Recherche, Paris, Royal Institute of International Affairs magazine published by Chatham House, London
reported from Venezuela, Panama and Guatemala for The World and CBC Radio
B.A., American History, Middlebury College; M. Sc. Journalism, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University