Gabriella Paul is a journalist at WUSF Public Media, the NPR affiliate in Tampa, Florida, reporting on the people living paycheck to paycheck in the area. Previously, Paul was the digital news editor for WUFT public radio in Gainesville, Florida. Born in Colorado, she grew up in the Tampa Bay region and holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in history from the University of Florida. While there, Paul earned two Sunshine State Awards from the Society for Professional Journalism, and co-authored a report on the university’s racial legacies. As a fellow for the Brechner Center for Freedom of Information, Paul contributed to an award-winning investigative podcast, “Why Don’t We Know?”
WUSF Public Media is committed to providing accurate, honest journalism that helps listeners understand the community and the world. WUSF is a service of the University of South Florida, providing news and music on two radio stations, seven websites and on social media. Since 1976, it’s been the flagship NPR affiliate, and covers 13 counties in west central Florida, including the cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg, Lakeland and Sarasota.
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