I'm the Online Content Manager for Freedom to Marry in New York City, where I cover developments in the campaign to win marriage for same-sex couples nationwide.
I graduated in May 2012 from Ithaca College, where I co-edited Buzzsaw magazine and studied as part of the Park Scholar program, a full merit scholarship based on dedication to communications, commitment to service, and academic excellence.
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out my resume and portfolio on the site!
After being criticized by bloggers and a former board co-chair, GLAAD president Jarrett Barrios speaks about the organization's finances, recent endorsement of the AT&T/T-Mobile merger, and their stance on net neutrality.
Aden, who transitioned to male while attending an all-female college, chose not to transfer schools even as he faced harassment and tension from classmates and administration. This is his story.
A few days after "The Gay Girl from Damascus" was revealed to be a heterosexual man, the same proved to be true of "Paula Brooks," the longtime editor of lesbian blog Lez Get Real. I spoke with each of the key players in the story, including "Paula Brooks" himself.
Matt Thompson had given up any possibility of returning home from Iraq - but he returned safely. Now, over a year later, he still can't shake the urge to go back.
After GLAAD's FCC debacle, it's surfaced that many other organizations with little obvious interest in net neutrality and the effects of the AT&T/T-Mobile merger, including the NAACP, LULAC, and NGLCC. But does their opposition to net neutrality make sense?
Fred Karger is still running for president, and he's the first openly gay person to do so. Here, he speaks with The Bilerico Project about his lack of support, his disappointment with The Victory Fund, and what his campaign is trying to achieve.
Why SlutWalk is about more than just reclaiming a word
The push for equality in conservative USA, a series of five audio stories and slideshow
A 15-minute documentary about youth involvement in local politics through the lens of Svante Myrick, a 24-year-old Cornell University graduate who became the youngest mayor in Ithaca's history.
How Republicans are rehabilitating their image by coming out for gay rights
Mark Horvath, by pooling resources and drawing on thousands of social media addicts, is working to show how communities can effect change.
With help from a well-connected Main Line native, givezooks! looks to spark an online philanthropy revolution.
Exploring the digital divide in rural and urban communities
Every good non-profit organization deserves a good genesis story. And The Joy of Sox, a new “start-up” non-profit based out of Wayne, sure has a good one.
I published twelve posts for "Citizen Kind," a blog highlighting the non-profit or service efforts of people in the Greater Philadelphia area.
When Daniel Haack was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 22, he started using a different line at bars: “Hey, my name’s Daniel, and I have cancer.”
Series of graphics originally published on Freedom to Marry's blog was picked up by Upworthy, a social media outfit that distributes the most share-able content on the Web.
YouTube videos are just one way LGBT people are utilizing the Internet as an integral part of the coming-out process.
Powerful voices are speaking out about the importance of the freedom to marry - and in some cases, advocates are emerging from fields that have remained firmly neutral on social issues.
Michelangelo Signorile cites my work in The Bilerico Project about GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios and his role in the AT&T Net Neutrality scandal.
The Windy City Times cites my work in The Bilerico Project about GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios and his role in the AT&T Net Neutrality scandal.
The Huffington Post cites my work at Freedom to Marry and links to my article explaining that actress Anne Hathaway will support Freedom to Marry with her wedding photos.
The Advocate cites my work at Freedom to Marry and links to my article explaining that actress Anne Hathaway will support Freedom to Marry with her wedding photos.
"Bringing down the head of a national organization is no small task," John Aravosis writes. "A lot of us helped, with Bilerico's Bil Browning and Adam Polaski at the top of the list."
Karen Ocamb credits and links to my "in-depth reporting" on the Lez Get Real scandal, where a lesbian blogger was revealed to be a heterosexual man.
In a press release, MEUSA's Ned Flaherty credits my work interviewing GOP presidential candidate Gary Johnson and breaking the news that he opposes workplace discrimination for LGBT Americans.
In a look at Mark Horvath's life, this blogger relies heavily on my reporting about the man who founded We Are Visible, a website dedicated to telling the stories of homeless Americans.
The New Civil Rights Movement quotes my work at Freedom to Marry about the Knights of Columbus' investment in groups that oppose the freedom to marry for same-sex couples. They also republish the graphic I researched and designed.
The Huffington Post republishes my article for The Good Men Project, about a gay man who finds his romantic and dating life is dramatically altered when he is diagnosed with lymphoma.
This lesbian blog cites my reporting about the Lez Get Real scandal, where a lesbian blogger was revealed to be a heterosexual, married man.