Selected work



Meet Fluide, the Makeup Brand That Believes in the Power of Inclusion — Not Tokenism (Allure)

How This Brunch Event Is Empowering Women and Non-Binary People of Color in the Trump Era (Allure)

Inside Everybody, The Revolutionary Gym Where All Bodies Are Welcome (Allure)

The Steep Financial & Emotional Toll Of Breaking-Up With Your Live-In Partner (Refinery29)

Latina Suicide Rates Are Out of Control — Here’s Why (Refinery29)

Stop Eroticizing School Girls, You Creeps (Broadly)

Why one Mississippi woman is walking 1,000 miles to Capitol Hill, bare-chested (The New York Times / Women in the World)

Gowanus Darkroom: How One Brooklyn Artist is Fighting To Keep Film Photography Alive (Brooklyn Magazine)

Reporting + Service

Be Your Authentic Self At Work — But Only if You're White (Refinery29)

Anxious At Work? When To Talk To Your Boss About Stress (Refinery29)

Having A Work Spouse Isn't Just Fun, It's Key To Professional Success (Refinery29)

I Took A ‘Stress Leave’ From My Job — Here's What Happened (Refinery29)

These Indigenous Women Entrepreneurs Are Paving The Way For Future Generations (Refinery29)

"Time Is Up!" What Google's New York Workers Have To Say About Their Worldwide Walkout (Refinery29)

Read all of my work for Refinery29’s Work & Money section here.


Memes Are Helping People of Color Cope With The Trump Era (Wired)

Casual Reminder: There's No Such Thing As Reverse Racism (Complex)

TV is Getting More Progressive, But It's Still Failing Queer People of Color (Bustle)



I Stopped Writing ‘Sorry for the Delay’ in Emails, and It Changed Everything (Glamour)

Hiding One Love for the Sake of Another (Slate)

The College Admissions Scandal Is Peak White Privilege — & It's Nothing New (Refinery29)

Will my Latin American mother cry tears of joy at my queer wedding? (Daily Xtra)

Master of None Nailed What it Means to be Queer in a Family of Color (Bustle)

Finding Community As a Closeted Queer Latina After Trump's Win (Complex)



Electronic Anthems from Turn-of-the-Century MTV We're Still Not Over (Thump)

Women Leading the Mexico City Earthquake Rescue Efforts Share Their Stories (Broadly)

The Woman Transforming Stretch Marks and Period Stains into Art (Broadly)