David Mamaril Horowitz

Bowling Green Daily News

Reporter Profile

David Mamaril Horowitz covers education at the Bowling Green Daily News in Kentucky. Before joining Report for America, Horowitz covered local news as a freelancer in San Francisco, where he wrote hundreds of articles for outlets such as Mission Local, the San Francisco Examiner, and Hoodline. He is a recent graduate of Lede, the professional program for data journalism at Columbia University. As a tech reporter at Mission Local, he wrote an investigation on pay and transparency at ride-hail companies that went viral. A week later, Uber improved the transparency shortcoming Horowitz had highlighted. In his free time, he learns Spanish and wrangles data for the Data Liberation Project.

Beat: Education and General Assignment Reporter

This journalist covers Western Kentucky University, a large regional university, and primary school systems in fast-growing south-central Kentucky. The education reporter covers all facets of WKU operations and local school systems, as well as topics related to higher and primary education. Coverage of Bowling Green city government meetings and city issues, and other general assignment reporting, is also part of the beat