"Comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable"
The best reporters are those who understand that the art of storytelling is one that must be cultivated over a lifetime. That’s why I’ve spent my entire career—more than a decade now—studying how best to tell powerful stories.
My dedication to the art of impactful story-telling—marrying a centuries-old trade with fast-evolving mediums—is one of the reasons I’ve been honored three times with Emmy Awards for my reporting, including an explosive investigation that exposed the illegal practice of “ghost voting” in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives.
As a journalist, I understand that it's my duty to hold the powerful accountable and to give voice to the voiceless. And that’s exactly what I do.