I am an independent science journalist with a focus on health and environmental news. Since 2009, I’ve written frequently on human exposures to hormone-disrupting chemicals and women’s and children’s health. I’ve reported on a wide range of science topics–from wildlife conservation to fuel sources.
I hold a Master’s degree in journalism from New York University’s Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program and a Bachelor’s degree in biology from College of the Holy Cross, in Massachusetts.
I grew up in Wisconsin and now live in Worcester, Massachusetts with my husband, our three cats and one dog.