Karina Gonzalez

Karina Gonzalez

Karina graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a journalism major and minor in political science. She was a 2018 Scripps scholar and won Best Documentary for a film she directed, “Más Que Pan.” The film follows a Guatemalan baker Fausto Salazar and his family who fled to the United States after two of his sons were killed. She is an alum of 2018 NPR’s Next Generation Radio Project. In Reno, she worked as a bilingual student reporter for Noticiero Móvil and KUNR Public Radio and her work ranked eighth place in the radio category for the National Hearst Journalism Awards.

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