Washington Office on Latin America:
Four Questions About the ‘5th Bus’ in Case of Mexico’s Missing 43 (2016). En Español aquí.
IACHR Report on Iguala, Mexico Student Disappearances Offers No Closure (2015). En Español aquí.
The Problem With Counting Gang Members in Honduras (2016). En Español aquí.
These are some op-eds I’ve co-authored or helped write, research, and/or edit under different bylines.
The Hill: We need a more agile Border Patrol, not a bigger one (2017)
American Prospect: A Peaceful Way Forward for Bolivia (2019)
Foreign Affairs: The Slow Death of Colombia’s Peace Deal (2019); Guatemala Is No Safe Country (2019); Is Guatemala’s Fight Against Corruption Under Threat? (2019)
USAID: As part of my work with InSight Crime, I helped manage a team of reporters and researchers based in Honduras, in order to write up a report for USAID about gangs in Honduras. Read the final report here; en Español aquí (2015).
Academia: I have a chapter in “Religious Responses to Violence: Human Rights in Latin America Past and Present,” University of Notre Dame Press, 2015. Available for purchase here.
Investigative Reporting Workshop: As part of my fellowship with the Investigative Reporting Workshop at American University, I worked as a researcher and reporter at a couple of places while completing my MA in journalism. This includes two investigative projects at the Washington Post (here and here), and two documentaries for PBS Frontline (here and here). I also completed research and data analysis for this WAMU 88.5 story.