CalMatters Brings On Several Newsroom Staffers In Runup To 2024 Election

CalMatters, a nonprofit news organization serving California, has brought on several new staffers to strengthen its journalism ahead of the 2024 election. 

They include:

  • Stella Yu, a reporter who will cover politics approaching the election. Previously, Yu wrote about politics and other issues in Michigan, Tennessee, Mississippi and Missouri. 
  • Jennifer Burger is serving as editor of the CalMatters College Journalism Network, a program that pays and trains students to cover higher education issues.
  • Adriana Heldiz is the new assistant visuals editor, working as a photo editor, photographer, video journalist and graphics designer; she has worked at The San Diego Union-Tribune and Voice of San Diego.
  • Hans Poschman is managing transcription for Digital Democracy, a new project to bring transparency and more aggressive journalism to coverage of state government; he has previously worked in state and local government and the state legislature. 
  • Carolyn Jones covers K-12 education. Jones has reported for EdSource, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Oakland Tribune.
  • Shreya Agrawal has come as a fall intern covering healthcare; previously, she was a Malheur Enterprise rural climate reporting fellow.  



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  1. T Bo from Wordpress, September 26, 2023 at 7:49 a.m.

    Contrary to recent shrinkage at other nonprofit news outlets.

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