“After graduating from Wake in 2013, I moved to England to earn a master’s degree in international relations, before spending a year in Spain as a Fulbright Scholar, where I researched the culture and history of the Roma. I then enrolled at Yale Law School, where I focus on media law, technology law, and intellectual property in my courses and clinical work.
I can trace many of my current interests—newsgathering rights, access to information and records, and First Amendment—to my experiences at Wake Forest, where I helped edit the Old Gold & Black and wrote my honors history thesis, in part, on media representations of Cuban immigrants. I am very grateful for the intellectual freedom and rich mentorship that I was lucky enough to receive at Wake, and I look forward to visiting Mother, So Dear soon. “