I have been employed in the media industry for most of my career; initially in newspaper and online advertising (Knight-Ridder, Gannett, Cox, Hearst). Since joining e.thePeople in 2010, I have worked with a variety of media and advocacy organizations. e.thePeople is a nonprofit owned by the League of Women Voters. We provide the efficient, affordable technology that creates robust voter guides.
The year I joined e.thePeople, I was fortunate enough to attend my first ONA conference, and returned to NYC to help resurrect our chapter, which has been growing and thriving. I am a native New Yorker living across the river in NJ, and ONA NYC is one of the ways I stay connected not only to a city I love, but also to an industry that I am passionate about.