I work at the intersection of journalism, strategy, and technology.

I'm currently the Deputy Off-Platform Editor at The New York Times, where I help lead a team and manage how The Times handles coverage and distribution of our journalism across platforms. Most recently, I was Global Growth Editor, a newly-created role focused on growing the international audience. You can read more about that role and the tech I’m using here.

I was selected as one of 92Y's Women inPower 2018 Fellows, was named to Editor & Publisher’s 25 Under 35, and participated in Poynter's Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media in 2017.

Previously, I was Director of Global Adaptation at BuzzFeed, leading a team of editors and producers around the world to share the best of BuzzFeed across languages, platforms, and formats. I was also a founding member of the team that launched the award-winning BuzzFeed News app and created and edited the daily BuzzFeed News newsletter. 

My experience in media spans editorial, product, data, tech, marketing, and strategy at a variety of organizations such as the American Press Institute, the Council on Foreign Relations, and National Journal — but always rooted in journalism with an obsession on connecting audiences with great editorial content and products.

I was born in Vietnam, grew up in California, studied global studies and geography at UCLA, and now live in New York. 

For more: You can listen to my interview on the Digiday podcast (June 2019) or read more about me and my career in this WaysWeWork interview (June 2016) or this 6 Questions with The Slant (Jan. 2018).