Hello! I’m Allie. I am a writer based in Denver, Colorado. I love all things journalism, am a moguls-over-groomed kind of skier and I have a whole lot of freckles.
I reported a series of stories on the controversial settlement that gave the North Carolina Sons of Confederate Veterans possession of a Confederate monument statue, “Silent Sam,” that had been removed from the campus, plus an undisclosed $2.5 million payment from non-state funds. I covered the UNC Faculty Senate response and a legal challenge led by civil rights groups, and I broke the news of an amicus brief submitted to the court by the UNC Black Pioneers.
As an assistant project editor, I worked on the award-winning “Since Parkland” obituary project published by The Trace and the Miami Herald. My freelance work has also appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle , Global Student Square and local Denver newspapers.
I’m currently studying at The Hussman School of Journalism and Media at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with an emphasis on multimedia reporting and neuroscience.
For more of my credentials, please see my resume.