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

I'm currently the Global Growth Editor at The New York Times, where my focus is on growing the international audience by working closely with and across the newsroom to build growth strategies around priority markets and specific audiences. (You can read more about my 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.

Most recently, 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 read more about me and my career in this WaysWeWork interview (June 2016) or this 6 Questions with The Slant (Jan. 2018).