Lauren M. Whaley
Multimedia reporter Lauren M. Whaley produces radio stories, photographs and audio slideshows for the center and its partner organizations. She covers topics ranging from pregnancy and birth to mental illness to dialysis and diabetes. She's interested in sound-rich radio stories, character-driven photography essays and everything in between. She has contributed stories to Southern California Public Radio, KQED Public Radio, The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times, among others. She is president-elect of the national Journalism & Women Symposium. While living in Wyoming, she worked as a newspaper reporter, blog editor and freelance magazine writer. She earned her master's degree in specialized science journalism from the University of Southern California, her bachelor's from Bowdoin College and spent summers in her early 20s taking high school girls on Arctic canoe expeditions. She hails from Baltimore.
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The California HealthCare Foundation Center for Health Reporting partners with news organizations across the state to produce in-depth reporting on health-care issues of importance to consumers and policymakers.
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