Feature stories and radio pieces.
Girlhood around the world: A series about the lives of teenage girls (The Washington Post / The Lily)
This is a ten-part series I wrote for The Washington Post’s The Lily and Lily Lines newsletter about girlhood around the world. I’m currently writing a book, based on this series, documenting the lives of teenage girls around the world for Algonquin Young Readers.
Full Series | Afghanistan | Nigeria | United States | Brazil | Refugee camp in Jordan | Sweden | Philippines | India | Democratic Republic of the Congo | Cambodia
Inside a training camp for migrant workers in Sri Lanka (BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service)
Electronic surveillance under Presidents Bush and Obama (The Washington Post)
This story was part of the package of stories that was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
On camera, on air
An interview with Ibtihaj Muhammad (CNN) - The award-winning Olympian who made history as the first US Olympian to compete and win a medal in a hijab.
Voicemails from America (CNN) - Discussing my reporting about how American voters were feeling in the aftermath of Election Day.
Interview with American jumper Will Claye and Queen Harrison at the Olympics (CNN)
Interview with Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards Ross (CNN)
Interview with CNN international correspondent about Ryan Lochte at the Rio Olympics (CNN)
Interview with US Olympic women's rowing squad (CNN)