In addition to campus media and internship projects, I have submitted freelance works for outside publications. My article for The Ramona Sentinel shares the story of Ramona women and their experiences with human trafficking overseas. I also wrote an editorial for YMI about the way God gave me new insight about his generosity during my lifeguarding experiences at the Biola pool as well as a piece for SwimSwam Magazine about the ways distance swimming has helped with my anxiety. My latest freelance piece for Fathom Magazine discusses how I learned to separate light from shadows during my photojournalism classes.

Two women share experiences with overseas trafficking

Brenda Herr and Casie Germonto recently returned from a trip to Thailand and Cambodia with XP Missions, a group seeking to end human trafficking. The group included people from different countries with a passion for raising awareness about human trafficking and helping victims of sex slavery in other countries.

How A Hot Cup of Cocoa Pointed Me to God

The morning breeze mercilessly blew above the walls and enveloped any brave soul standing in its path on a frigid, December morning at dawn's break. Woolen parkas, hats, sweatpants, mittens, and fur-lined boots obscured our frail figures as my coworker McKenna and I kept our eyes glued on the swimmers gliding through the water.