San Francisco, California
I’m an environmental justice reporter for HuffPost’s enterprise team in San Francisco where I focus on investigations and enterprise stories. I’m proud to be the daughter of Mexican immigrants, and grew up in Southern California where I’ve spent most of my career as a reporter. Prior to joining HuffPost, I worked as an investigative reporter for ThinkProgress in Washington D.C. where last year I published a series on lead contamination. Over the course of my career I’ve followed Orange County’s homeless from the streets to shelters, traveled to Haiti’s tent cities to interview earthquake survivors, reported on the suburbanization of human trafficking in Southern California, and spent a summer in Mexico to report a narrative series on the border killings of women in Ciudad Juárez. I’m grateful to have a career that allows me to follow my curiosity no matter where in the world it leads me.