Corps Member Q&A: Devna Bose

Devna Bose is an education reporter with Chalkbeat in Newark, New Jersey. We checked in on her to ask her about her experience with Report For America, what insights she’s learned on the job and some reporting tips. The interview has been edited for length and clarity. What’s been your proudest moment in your first

Corps Member Q&A: Manny Ramos

Manny Ramos is a Chicago native who now covers the south and west sides of the city. We asked him about his experience so far and how he found the sources for his recently published capstone piece, “Why tearing down Englewood to save it hasn’t worked.” The interview has been edited for length and clarity.

Corps Member Q&A: Emily Woodruff

Emily Woodruff covers healthcare and public health in southern Louisiana for The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate with a focus on The Big Easy’s metro region. As a healthcare reporter, Emily is a rare breed in the Pelican State, where few — if any — newsrooms have a full-time health reporter on staff — and

Corps Member Q&A: Camille von Kaenel

2019 corps member Camille von Kaenel covers wildfire recovery for the Chico Enterprise-Record in Northern California, focusing on a region that was devasted by 2018’s deadly Camp Fire. She brings experience in environmental reporting, having covered climate change policy for E&E News in Washington, D.C. Her writing has also appeared in Fast Company, Atlas Obscura,

Corps Member Q&A: Pascal Sabino

Pascal Sabino is a 2019 Report for America corps member who covers the Chicago West Side neighborhoods of Austin and North Lawndale digital news nonprofit Block Club Chicago. He’s from the south side of Chicago and previously covered environmental health in his hometown for the Real Chi, a local news lab with a mission of

Corps Member Q&A: Mallory Falk

Mallory Falk is a second-year Report for America corps member who spent her first year at KRWG and will now report for an exciting new public radio collaborative called Texas News Hub. She’s an award-winning audio reporter whose stories have aired on regional and national programs like Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Here & Now

Corps Member Q&A: Samantha Max of The Telegraph

Samantha Max is a Report for America corps member who covers health care and underserved communities in and around Macon, Georgia, for The Telegraph. Her work provides intimate portraits of people who struggle with issues around insurance and homelessness, and she covers issues surrounding resources and providers. Many of her stories come from readers who