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María Ramos

Dallas, Texas / Chihuahua, Mexico

with Elisabeth Malkin


I am a local government accountability reporter at The Dallas Morning News, focusing on initiatives that directly impact the Latino community in Dallas. Before this, I worked as a reporter at Al Día, where I wrote in Spanish about local issues and immigration policies for the Hispanic community in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. I graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso, and during my time there, I had the opportunity to intern for El Paso Matters. I participated in the 2021 NextGen Project, the ProPublica Emerging Reporters 2020 cohort, and the NAHJ Student Project in 2020. I was born and raised in Chihuahua, where my passion for journalism took root. In my free time, I train for half marathons, with the ultimate goal of running a full marathon soon.

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