Work I’ve Done

As an ESPN Social Specialist, I’m the lead of ESPN’s TikTok, co-lead of NBA coverage, regularly manage teammates during shifts — and more.

In my past jobs, I’ve written sports and culture feature stories, blogs, served as USA Today Sports’ unofficial Snapchat beat reporter, and interviewed 60+ athletes and celebrities.

ESPN TikTok Lead

I started working on ESPN’s TikTok in July 2019 when the account had less than 100K followers. Within a year, we hit 10M+ followers, becoming the second-most followed sports media account in North America.

I’m passionate about figuring out how to successfully utilize new platforms. Whether it’s TikTok, Snapchat, IG Reels or anything else, I enjoy adapting and teaching others too.

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Leading NBA coverage

Co-leading ESPN’s NBA coverage on social includes preparing content rollout plans for games/events, project management, managing three to five others as those events are happening live (ie. playoffs, free agency, Hall of Fame announcements, player milestones), capturing content at NBA All-Star Weekend, and more.

More about my work as an NBA lead

On-site coverage of the NBA Finals, sports events and red carpets

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Discovering viral pro athlete social content

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Discovering viral pro athlete social content

Snapchat Innovation

From 2016-18, I served as For The Win and USA Today Sports’ unofficial “Sports Snapchat Beat Reporter.” Since I was one of the first to cover sports social in this way, my personal Twitter account became a resource for media outlets, fans and other reporters.