about me (my first name is pronounced like ruhr-ree)
I’m the editor of TIME’s Asia-Pacific bureau (in Singapore), responsible for steering the publication’s coverage of the region and overseeing global overnight news—journalism that spans every topic from politics to culture and society.
I was previously based in Washington, D.C., where I worked for POLITICO Magazine from 2016 to 2022, first as a researcher and ultimately as an associate editor, with a focus on enterprise, visual and interactive features, and analysis. At POLITICO, I wrote and edited stories on immigration, climate, criminal justice, activism, media, law, and more. I also oversaw the magazine's production, factchecking, and freelance administration, and I managed its internship program, among other responsibilities.
Much earlier, I interned at Vox.com—covering energy and the environment, politics and policy, and health and science—and I studied at Stanford University, where I launched and led a student magazine that published one of the year’s best pieces of local reporting, according to Longreads. Born and raised in Los Angeles, I’m a proud member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and a dual Irish citizen.