- Editor of the Sound Consumer, the newspaper on sustainable food and agriculture published by PCC Community Markets, the nation's largest food co-op. I am responsible for planning, editing, and managing a diverse group of freelancers, as well as writing print and digital copy aimed at the co-op's 90,000+ members.
- Regular contributor to The Seattle Times, with other recent newspaper work including food and travel pieces in The Washington Post and book reviews in The Christian Science Monitor.
- Developed and wrote a weekly e-mail newsletter for Seattle's Child magazine focused on families and food.
- Planned, developed, and was the chief food writer and restaurant critic at The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Established “Devouring Seattle,” one of the newspaper’s best-read blogs. In earlier years, planned and wrote coverage of education, features, and city reporting for The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, ranging from deadline beat reporting to lengthy projects on the death penalty and on racial disparities in school discipline. I have a long history of including diverse and underrepresented voices in my topics and reporting -- I always look for who is in the room, and who is missing.