I provide writing services including journalistic reporting, copy editing, and content writing for digital and traditional media. Clients include the Institute of Development Studies, New America Media and Guido Lagomarsino Servizi Editoriali.

Terrence Thomas is hard at work at NOPLAY’s drop-in center.

The Crisis, the magazine for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), published my story about New Orleans Providing Literacy to All Youth (NOPLAY) in May 2013. The article discusses the school-to-prison pipeline and the efforts NOPLAY is making to help young people earn their General Educational Development (GED) certificate and make positive life choices.

Months after Hurricane Isaac battered Louisiana, repairs were still unfinished in a New Orleans low-income housing complex managed by a private firm. I initially covered the situation for The Louisiana Weekly, the state’s second oldest publication, and then wrote a follow-up piece for The Lens, an online, investigative news organization.

Elections were a critical turning point following the Egyptian revolution. In the fall of 2011, I reported for German outlet DW on non-resident Egyptians’ efforts to have their voices included in that country’s first election since the fall of Hosni Mubarak.

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