Author: Paloma Moreno Jimenez

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Bio: Paloma Moreno Jiménez (she/they) is an audio storyteller and a queer Mexican immigrant from the Tijuana-San Diego borderlands. Paloma is passionate about using audio to provide a missing mic and platform for intergenerational stories from displaced LGBTQ+ and POC communities. She has worked with WNYC’s Radiolab, WBEZ’s Art of Power, and YR Media’s Inherited. After graduating from Stanford University, Paloma began interning for the Women’s Audio Mission where she facilitated audio courses for youth and received training to hone her sound engineering skills. Most recently, she was a multimedia reporter for NPR's Next Generation Radio project at USC Annenberg.


The Personal Lives of Journalists in a New Podcast

Posted on: 20 Sep 2023

Q&A with Journalist and Podcast Host of Así Fue, Mónica Ortiz Uribe. The new show show explores experiences of immigrant and BIPOC journalists and the intersection of their personal and professional lives.

Conecta Arizona Celebrates Three Years Covering Humanity Along the Border

Posted on: 12 May 2023

Three years after its birth at the onset of the pandemic, Conecta Arizona has transformed into a multimedia news service and key resource for a Spanish-speaking border community which was long ignored by traditional media.