My work aims to improve the quality, integrity and accessibility of information flows. I have worked as a linguist in the translation-, media- and software industries in New York, Boston and Amsterdam.
Since 2022 I work freelance with Dutch FOIA researchers (WOB/WOO) and I write blogs, books and poetry. In the public sphere I am an advocate for freedom of information, a fundamental human right.
Earlier I worked for well-known lawyers, European book publishers, Ivy League universities and multinationals like Time Inc. and Atlassian.
At Utrecht University I studied Language and Culture Studies (BA, 2006) and History of International Relations (MA, 2007) with a specialization in the First World War. At Columbia University in New York I received my degree in Journalism (MSc, 2009) with honors for long-form reporting on mental illness and homelessness.