Zaidee Stavely


Zaidee is the network news producer for Radio Bilingüe, the Latino Public Radio, where she produces a daily news show, a weekly news magazine and a daily newscast. She previously worked as an environmental reporter at Radio Bilingüe. Feature news stories she has produced include the health effects of an immigration raid on the residents of a small agricultural town in California’s San Joaquin Valley and an in-depth investigation of an unusually high number of birth defects in the mostly Latino town of Kettleman City in California’s Central Valley. She has a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and she previously worked as a journalist in Mexico City.

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