Original photo courtesy Jason Lee Hong Jet.

Original photo courtesy Jason Lee Hong Jet.

First-hand reporting experience at Foreign Policy:

International political stories:

Europe: "France Won't Recognize an Independent Catalonia."

Central Asia: "‘Ghost Soldiers’: Too Many U.S.-Trained Afghans Are Going AWOL," "Pentagon Report: IED Casualties Surge in Afghanistan."

East Asia: "The Trump Administration Has No Plan for Dealing With a North Korean EMP Attack," "North Korea Reportedly Hacks Treasure Trove Of U.S., South Korean War Plans."

Defense technology stories: "Army, Defense Companies Making Renewed Push For Laser Weapons," "Russian Drone Tech May Include Help From Iran," "DARPA Wants Mobile Technologies to Combat Small Drones," Air Force May Soon Deploy New Light Attack Aircraft in Iraq, Afghanistan," "Report: Hypersonic Missiles Could Trigger a War."

 and The Wall Street Journal:

Section-front story: Companies Detail Use of ‘Conflict’ Minerals.”

Feature stories: "Outside Auditors Get Asked In," "Firms Boost Their Spending on Startups" and “Pot Industry Puts on a Tie.”

Breaking news stories: "Perella Weinberg Banker Charged in Insider Case" and "Warner Bros. Entertainment Names Kim Williams As Finance Chief."

Contributed to section-front stories:  “Lose Your Triple-A Rating? Who Cares?,” "Meet the SEC's 6,500 Whistleblowers" and “Companies Map Contingency Plans as Ukraine Crisis Escalates.”

Contributed to feature stories: "U.S. Companies Bring More Foreign Profit Home," "Reports of the Death of Cash Are Premature" and "Africa Makes Strides in Corporate Accounting, Governance."


Graduate of Georgetown University Law Center with a J.D. and Certificate in Transnational Legal Studies in 2013.

Graduate of Colby College with B.A. in English and History, magna cum laude, with distinction in 2008. 

Excellent writing and analytical ability with careful attention to detail.

Legal expertise in international corporate, public, and criminal law.

Work, study, and travel experience in more than 40 countries. Extended living in New York, Washington, D.C., London, Paris, and Tokyo.

Familiarity with five languages, including native English and advanced Spanish and Japanese.

Excellent computer skills, including Excel, Boolean research, web development, and non-linear video editing.

Member, Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc. Attended 2015 Computer-Assisted Reporting Conference.


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