The Marshall Mission, the Pulitzer-winning nonprofit media group overlaying prison justice, has employed an Engagement Reporter and Multimedia Editor.
Engagement reporter Alex Arriaga brings a formidable monitor report of impactful, progressive journalism in addition to a deep sensitivity about participating underserved communities. At Metropolis Bureau in Chicago, Arriaga lined civic participation in immigrant communities. Beforehand, on the Chicago Solar-Occasions, she investigated casual labor businesses and eating places within the Midwest that relied on trafficking undocumented migrants primarily from Mexico and Central America. At Wisconsin Watch, Alex surveyed incarcerated folks as a part of an investigation into the usage of solitary confinement. She’ll be part of the newsroom on Jan. 10.
Marci Suela joined The Marshall Mission as an intern in June of this 12 months after graduating from San Jose State College with a bachelor’s diploma in Artwork/Design Research in Dec. 2020. Throughout her time within the newsroom, she has formed multimedia for a number of tasks, together with illustrations for our Life Inside collection and options, in addition to enhancing images and audio and serving to to diversify our checklist of contributing illustrators and photographers. She’ll begin full-time efficient Dec 31.
“We’re delighted to welcome two proficient staffers who will assist us construct on our mission to achieve teams which have traditionally been marginalized or under-represented within the information media,” mentioned Susan Chira, editor-in-chief of The Marshall Mission. “We all know Alex and Marci will assist us widen our lens and deepen our engagement with these new audiences.”