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In college I worked as a reporter for the Seattle-based digital news site Crosscut while completing a fellowship with the Reynolds Journalism Institute. At RJI, I helped create Opt In, a free tool to help newsrooms design and manage effective newsletters. In a series of articles documenting the research, I created a cheat sheet for newsletter analytics, explored how newsletter metrics translate into publisher revenue, and explained how to optimize a newsletter’s performance through testing and measurement. I spoke about this research and my current role as a writer of the Quartz Daily Brief and Obsession as a guest panelist at CUNY J-school in January 2018.
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