María Inés Zamudio joined The Chicago Reporter staff to cover immigration, labor and health in 2011. Before joining the Reporter, Zamudio spent three years in California working for daily newspapers. She’s a bilingual reporter and blogger with experience producing video and radio stories. She also was part of the Knight Digital Media Foundation’s 2011 Independent Journalist Fellowship and the 2010 Education Writers Association’s Research and Statistics Fellowship. Zamudio graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in firstname.lastname@example.org
Rui Kaneya is interim editor at The Chicago Reporter. Kaneya was a recipient of the Robert R. McCormick Tribune Minority Fellowship in Urban Journalism in 1998 and specializes in reporting on immigration email@example.com
Angela Caputo joined The Chicago Reporter staff to cover housing and criminal justice issues in 2010. Before joining the Reporter, Caputo worked at Progress Illinois, a political news blog, where she was a recipient of the Studs Terkel Award in 2010.
Prior to Progress Illinois, she worked for the Sun-Times News Group producing award-winning investigative pieces for the Daily Southtown and Lerner Newspapers. She is the recipient of the Salute to Excellence Award by the National Association of Black Journalists and Peter Lisagor awards for Best In-depth and Best Education reporting. She graduated from Columbia College Chicago in 2004 with a master's degree in firstname.lastname@example.org