Nadine is an Emmy-nominated researcher and award-winning journalist. She's currently an independent journalist in the S.F. Bay Area and an intern at KQED Public Radio for The California Report Magazine. Nadine is also a co-editor of Local Matters, a weekly newsletter showcasing investigative and watchdog news stories from local publications across the country.
Most recently, she was a Producer/Researcher at AJ+ for Newsbroke, a political comedy show. Nadine was also a reporter at AJ+ for Documenting Hate, the collaborative project launched by ProPublica. In May 2016, she graduated from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism with a concentration in radio + investigative reporting.
Prior to becoming a journalist, Nadine worked as an accountant for a top-rated mutual fund while attending the University of Miami. She became fascinated with the intersection between accounting and white collar crime and became a weekly columnist under the name "Fraud Girl" where she wrote case studies on famous financial crimes of our generation (she later ran her own website on the subject). Nadine also worked as an investigative analyst in Chicago, IL where she conducted background investigations on hedge-fund managers.
Nadine is a pole athlete, a lover of pancakes & dumplings, and a proud mom to her dog General. Not Sergeant. Not Lieutenant, General.