TIME

I work as a News Desk Editor for TIME’s digital side, though I often also assist with magazine work. I work with reporters, producers, the video team and the social team to assign, edit and publish the most important timely and breaking news for our worldwide audience. During most of my shifts, I lead the News Desk and am responsible for all editorial decisions made on digital coverage. Additionally, on most shifts, I am responsible for crafting newsletters, publishing Apple alerts and managing TIME’s social media. And, when needed, I jump in and write news.

Mashable

I helped lead a team of 14 reporters to find the timeliest, most shareable news for our 46 million readers. I edited, assigned, scheduled and assisted in managing the largest vertical at Mashable. I also work with MashReads, and have co-hosted a weekly podcast with thousands of listeners for over 100 episodes. I ran the internship program, responsible for hiring, training, and managing over 30 young writers. Additionally, I co-produced and co-hosted a number of editorial and entertainment videos dealing with every topic from Game of Thrones to science. 

 

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog

I freelance for the local news resource for Capitol Hill, Seattle. It covers one of the most vibrant and changing neighborhoods in the city, where I have written about enterprise, profiled notable residents, covered the rich art scene and explored the changing nature of a passionate area. 

Canna Ventures

I ran the blog at a marketing firm specializing in attracting new marijuana businesses in the face of Washington's legalization. I covered the changing business landscape and aspects of the burgeoning economic force that brands could use in their advertising pursuits. 

The Issaquah Press

I worked as the government and breaking news reporter, where I covered the swiftly growing city of Issaquah. With a population tripling over the past 15 years, I wrote about their growing pains and triumphs as a small city grew up. 

 

The Klahanie Question: A four part series about 11,000 people searching for a city

Part one - Part two - Part three - Part four