My career has been a diverse one. From newspaper journalism to communication management, marketing and PR, I have worn many different hats. Here you’ll find some clips from my work as a journalist.

I started off as a newspaper reporter, working in newsrooms where the coffee was always burned and the clocks running out of time. From there, I dabbled in radio, publishing, podcasts and, of course, digital media.

I stumbled into sports journalism when I became an elite athlete myself and discovered a gross lack in women’s sports coverage. Fast forward several exciting years and I am now widely recognized as a leading voice and expert on women's cycling. I was a founding editor of Ella CyclingTips (where you can still find hundreds of my articles) and have covered the world's biggest events including the Women's WorldTour, the World Championships and the Olympics. I’ve also worked behind the scenes for the UCI, live tweeting races like the Tour of California and conducting pre- and post-race interviews for the highlight videos. I’ve appeared on podcasts, provided live race commentary and contributed to several books.

Prior to my career in cycling journalism, I worked as the Communications Director at the nation’s largest bike advocacy non-profit, Cascade Bicycle Club. At Cascade I managed all marketing and communications needs including the organization’s websiteprint publicationsblog, e-newsletters, event materials, social media and more.

Before Cascade, I was the lead reporter, editor and photographer at The Ballard News-Tribune; worked in communications at Greenpeace International; produced radio shows for Yin Radio; and freelanced for various publications world-wide.

Some Favorites:

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The Road Book 2018

I am proud to once again have contributed to The Road Book, a beautiful compilation of photos and stories of the 2018 Women’s Road Season.


In print:


Advice and opinion

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