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Jessica W.

Washington, DC, USA31 reviews

$350 - $600 / Day

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Top Services

  • Translator

    15 reviews
  • Reporter / Journalist

    8 reviews
  • Copy Editor

    3 reviews

About Jessica

I am a bilingual multimedia journalist and producer with a passion for character-driven stories rich in narrative and nuance. Primarily a writer and editor, I have extensive experience working in collaboration with teams of videographers, social media storytellers and infographic and other multimedia content producers to create stories presented across platforms. I previously worked as a digital editor at WLRN (Miami's NPR affiliate), a reporter on Univision’s digital news team and a staff writer at the alt-weekly Miami New Times. I have also worked extensively as a freelance writer, translator and producer. Outside of media, clients include the World Bank, World Wildlife Fund and various universities.

Top Projects

  • Editing and translation services for Eviction and Housing Insecurity Story

    • Translator
    • Copy Editor
    TelevisaUnivision

    Produced for TelevisaUnivision on Storyhunter

    December 2021

  • Profile on The Trace

    • Reporter / Journalist

    A ​“scrappy” nonprofit outlet focused on covering the gun violence epidemic makes an impact felt all the way to the leadership of the NRA.

    Arnold Ventures

    Produced for Arnold Ventures on Storyhunter

    April 2022

  • Web Story: New Medicare Advantage rules

    • Reporter / Journalist

    https://www.arnoldventures.org/stories/pet-food-pest-control-a-ride-to-church-medicare-advantage-has-expanded-benefits-but-will-they-make-people-healthier/

    Arnold Ventures

    Produced for Arnold Ventures on Storyhunter

    February 2020

  • Univision -- The deportees who want to 'Make El Salvador Great Again'

    • Production Assistant
    • Reporter / Journalist

    In 2017 alone, the Salvadoran government expects to receive 30,000 deportees from the U.S. and Mexico. Contrary to popular belief, the majority of them will not be violent criminals. In San Salvador, we met three English teachers who grew up in California but - for various reasons - were deported to a country they barely knew. Now they are working for a brighter future.

  • BBBS article

    • Reporter / Journalist
    Arnold Ventures

    Produced for Arnold Ventures on Storyhunter

    September 2022

All Services

Pre-Production

  • Fixer
  • Copy Editor
  • Copywriter
  • Translator

Production Support

  • Field Producer
  • Production Assistant
  • Digital Content Creator
  • On-Air Reporter / Host
  • Reporter / Journalist

Jessica's Clients

  • TelevisaUnivision
  • ProPublica
  • KQED
  • Arnold Ventures

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