About Migratory Notes

  • Elizabeth Aguilera is executive editor of Migratory Notes. She is a multimedia reporter for CALmatters covering health and social services, including immigration. Previously she reported on community health, for Southern California Public Radio. She’s also reported on immigration for the San Diego Union-Tribune, where she won a Best of the West award for her work on sex trafficking between the U.S. and Mexico; and before that she covered a variety of beats and issues for the Denver Post including urban affairs and immigration. Her latest story is Drinking lead — why California may force all schools to test their water. You can find her on Twitter Elizabeth Aguilera
  • Yana Kunichoff is staff writer for Chalkbeat. She’s an independent journalist and documentary producer who covers immigration, policing, education and social movements. She was project manager for Migrahack 2016 in Chicago. She has also produced feature-length documentaries and a pop-culture web series for Scrappers Film Group; worked as a fellow with City Bureau, where she won a March 2016 Sidney Hillman award for an investigation into fatal police shootings; and covered race and poverty issues for the Chicago Reporter. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Atlantic, Pacific Standard and Chicago magazine among others. You can find her on Twitter @yanazure.
  • Michele Henry is the finance manager for Migratory Notes and a senior business analyst with USC Information Technology Services. In the past, Michele managed project budgets for community grants awarded to USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Through her experience at the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Economic Development, Michele worked to support growth and competitiveness of Los Angeles area businesses through community events and by fostering community partnerships. Michele received her BA from Virginia Tech and her MBA from the University of Southern California.

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