I’m currently working as a Digital Content Producer for TEGNA, a company that owns 52 TV stations throughout the country. I’m based in D.C., I’m interested in multimedia, broadcast, or print reporting opportunities.
I’ve worked at TODAY on NBC, in both digital and broadcast, and was also a videographer and editor for New York University’s Office of Alumni Relations. I graduated from NYU in 2017 with degrees in journalism and psychology, with minors in French and Asian American studies.
I’m originally from Naperville, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago). My parents are Vietnamese immigrants. I travel there often, and I’m fluent in the language. I also spent six months in Paris completing my minor, and have reached an advanced level in French as well.
When I’m not in the newsroom, I’m running the DC chapter of the Girly Book Club, or posting new recipes on my food blog. I’m passionate about many things: food and how it informs identity, banh mi, k-pop, frogs, personality psychology, French pop music from the 1960s and learning people’s life stories.