Angélica M. Casas is a bilingual multimedia journalist from SanAntonio, Texas. She uses text, photo and video to cover issues related to underrepresented communities, social injustices, immigration, borders and the arts.
Casas’ work has appeared in the BBC, the PBS Newshour, AJ+, the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Antonio Express-News and Richmond Confidential. She is also a two-time student Emmy winner.
She holds a Master of Journalism from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, where her thesis reporting focused on the long-term effects of gender violence in Ciudad Juárez. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in both Mass Communications and Spanish from Our Lady of the Lake University.
You can find her resume here.