joined the Tribune as a news app and data visuals designer/developer in 2022 after earning a master’s degree in journalism at Northeastern University. Previously, Yuriko interned with the Wall Street Journal’s graphics team and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s data team where she produced graphics and interactive experiences. She grew up in Osaka, Japan, and used to work as a crime reporter at the Asahi Shimbun newspaper. She is based in Austin and speaks fluent Japanese.
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