Natalie C. Hockaday covers Food Insecurity and Health for The Washington Informer in Washington D.C. She is a first-year corps member with Report for American and a recent graduate of Old Dominion University. In college she worked for her student news organization, the Mace & Crown, and was Editor-in-Chief her senior year. During her role as Editor-in-Chief, Natalie and her staff published the university’s first Black History Month issue highlighting the stories and contributions of those within the campus community. During her time in college Natalie was a public relations and marketing intern and a multi-media intern for two companies in Washington D.C. Natalie always had interest in sharing stories since a young age when she learned photography from her father and later learned videography and editing. Natalie has a passion for storytelling and sharing the multiple experiences within the community.
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