Episode 146

Lori Lizarraga, Murrow, and Emmy-Award Winning International Reporter- Representative Storytelling

About the episode
In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Lori Lizarraga, Murrow, and Emmy-Award Winning International Reporter. Lori is best known for her community-focused reporting in California and Colorado. And this past year, Lizarraga gained national attention for her reporting on diversity in the media.
About the guest
Lori Lizarraga is an Ecuadorian-Mexican-American journalist from Texas and a Murrow and Emmy-award winning international reporter. She is best known for her community-focused reporting in California and Colorado. But this year, Lizarraga gained national attention for her reporting on diversity in the media. Her op-ed, “LatinXed: 9NEWS Got Rid of Three Latina Reporters This Past Year, Including Me,” ignited a national conversation around representation in news and forced new standards of immigration coverage into effect at more than 60 TV stations across the country, eliminating the use of the term “illegal” to describe undocumented immigrants. Lizarraga has gone on to receive awards from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the ACLU of Colorado this year for her ‘outstanding work to further civil rights and liberties for the citizens of Colorado and Latinos across the country.’
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