Jess Ramirez

Scripps Howard Journalism Fellow

Jess Ramirez is an engagement reporting fellow for the Scripps Howard Journalism Fellowship. She covers immigration, diaspora communities, and identity. Before joining ProPublica, she was a content producer and social media editor for Al Jazeera’s digital network, AJ+ and AJ+ Español. Previously, she was a San Francisco Film Society Filmhouse resident for the documentary short film, “Futbolistas 4 Life.”

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