Lylla Younes

News Applications Developer, Local Reporting Network

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Lylla Younes is a news apps developer for ProPublica’s Local Reporting Network. She graduated from Cornell University, where she studied computer and information science. She is primarily interested in information retrieval systems and interactive data visualization. Lylla was previously an intern at Visualizing Impact, a laboratory for innovation at the intersection of data science, technology and design.

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