Prior to that, she worked at American Public Media’s investigative unit APM Reports, and she reported on Capitol Hill for the Medill News Service in Washington D.C. She received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she was a managing editor at The Daily Northwestern.
Stories by Heena Srivastava
The Tony award-winning and Oscar-nominated actor will voice the reclusive protagonist of James Patterson’s latest work.
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The Lookingglass Theatre Company will premiere the first five of 50 short films on Oct. 13.