Zisiga Mukulu

Interactive Story Designer

Zisiga Mukulu is an interactive story designer at ProPublica, where she develops visual stories. Previously, she was a design fellow at The New York Times. In this role, she illustrated, art directed and designed stories in the opinion section. Before that, she led the development and design of digital campaigns at the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative.

Mukulu also worked as a digital communications officer for the United Nations Office for Project Services in Denmark. During her four-year tenure, the organization received a Best of Swiss award for the website redesign.

Mukulu earned her master’s degree in design and technology at Parsons School of Design, during which she worked with fashion studio Stine Goya to develop its campaigns. She received her bachelor’s degree in architectural studies from Mount Holyoke College.

Documents Show Internal Clash Before U.S. Officials Pushed to Weaken Toddler Formula Rules

Government documents obtained by ProPublica show a stark rift between trade and health officials over international efforts to regulate toddler milk. The records provide a rare, candid glimpse into U.S. policymaking around children's health.

Record-Setting Blazes Are Growing More Common. Here’s What Survivors of One Want You to Know.

When the federal government accidentally triggered New Mexico’s largest wildfire, hundreds of people lost their homes and livelihoods. They have become reluctant students of forest management, disaster aid and resiliency.

A Memorial for the Children Lost to Stillbirth

Each day in the U.S., about 60 babies are stillborn. Here, families share their child’s name and their lasting legacy.

“Someone Tell Me What to Do”

Across the country, states require more training to prepare students and teachers for mass shootings than for those expected to protect them. The differences were clear in Uvalde, where children and officers waited on opposite sides of the door.

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