UPDATE: Watch the replay of the panel discussion below. Join us for a live conversation Monday, Oct. 3, at 10 am EDT with the journalists behind Harm’s Way, a project focusing on the impact of climate-driven disasters in vulnerable communities. This investigation explored how prepared the U.S. government is to help relocate communities from heavily […]
Author Archives: Charlie Hsing-Chuan Dodge
Charlie Hsing-Chuan Dodge works for Public Integrity as an Audience Producer focusing on reader experiences and membership. Dodge holds a Bachelor of Arts in 21st Century Storytelling from the New York University Gallatin School for Individualized Study. During her time as a student, Dodge was a Creative Director and illustrator for NYU’s student-run paper, Washington Square News, and an illustrator for NYU Baedeker, NYU Local, and Generasian Magazine. Prior to joining the Center for Public Integrity, Dodge worked for the Oregon-California Trails Association (OCTA), focusing on history and digital communications. She created and debuted the OCTA Podcast, which highlights the undertold, diverse histories of the American West.