I’m a journalist and consultant, based in New York City.
My works spans international development, public affairs, education, urban culture, and the arts and music.
As a journalist, I’ve written for the Boston Globe since 2004, I was the culture reporter for WNYC public radio in New York from 2006 to 2009, and I write about education for the publications of Teachers College at Columbia University. I’ve published literary essays in Transition and The Oxford American, and I’ve written or done radio work for many other outlets. See details here, and an archive of many of my articles here.
As a consultant, I work with international agencies, local non-profits, business research organizations and private clients. I provide writing and editing services as well as communications advice and staff training. Research and consulting work has taken me to Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ghana, Mexico, Nigeria, and Turkey along with assignments for European clients and projects in New York City. More information is here.
My roots are in France, India and the United States. I’ve been based in New York since 2006, and previously lived in Boston, Abidjan and Paris. I did my undergraduate and graduate studies at Harvard University. A full bio is here.