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Forrest has appeared on Democracy Now!
Other than filing voluminous open records requests, Forrest enjoys fishing, kayaking, gardening and beer-league softball. She was previously senior editor at the University of Texas at Austin alumni magazine, the Alcalde, where she wrote about everything from geology research in the Arctic to human rights in Iran.
He holds a journalism degree from Texas State University and previously worked as a reporter and digital news editor for the San Antonio Express-News.
Beyond journalism and politics, he enjoys soccer, skydiving and tacos. She holds a journalism degree from the University of Texas at Austin. Scripps School of Journalism. He formerly worked at a shelter for asylum-seekers and refugees. He previously has worked as a reporter at the Abilene Reporter-News and the Wichita Falls Times Record News, along with running a freelance reporting business.
At the Observer, he writes about rural Texas.
A Twin Cities native, he received a journalism degree from the University of Minnesota. She was previously a staff correspondent at National Journal in Washington, D.
Prior to joining the Observer, she wrote about the coal industry for InsideClimate News and the water woes of the West and fracking for ProPublica. Her work has appeared in Scientific American, Bloomberg and Salon.
He has many years of media experience, including a role as the founding publisher of the nonprofit local daily the Austin Monitor. Before that, he spent some time on the other side of the wall, as both a freelancer and a staffer.
Lynch is the development director at the Observer. She is excited to return to Texas because of tacos, BBQ and mild winters. Previously, Loren was at The Nation, where she fundraised and oversaw special revenue programs and events.
When not talking about the importance of independent, local journalism, she writes about science fiction, TV, films and comic books.
A proud daughter of Mexican immigrants, Marisol was born and raised in Southern California. When not behind her sewing machine, she can be found outdoors hiking, camping or paddle-boarding.
She has edited eight anthologies of poetry, including Is This Forever or What? Her collection 19 Varieties of Gazelle: She is the author of two acclaimed novels for teens, Habibi and Going Going, and a recent novel for children, The Turtle of Oman.
He was born in Amarillo into a newspaper family and learned the printing trade from age 12 and started working for the local daily as a proof runner at Sargent won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning in He has also received awards from Women in Communications, Inc.
Born in Dallas, she got her start in graphic design and illustration at Pentagram Design in Austin, then dove into the magazine world in New York, working at various magazines including GQ, Bon Appetit and Golf Digest.
After a stint on the Off Duty section of the Wall Street Journal newspaper, she moved backed to Austin and is happy to be close to all the Greenbelt swimming holes.Assistant Professor, Health Sciences Division Clinical Education Coordinator Athletic Training Program Director.
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