Reporter and Podcaster
Michaela Winberg is a general assignment reporter at Billy Penn. She covers LGBTQ people and culture, public spaces, and transportation and mobility. She also sometimes produces radio and web features for NPR.
A 2018 graduate of Temple's Klein College of Media and Communication, Winberg was editor in chief of the university’s student newspaper, The Temple News. She helped launch CoveringAddiction.com, a project geared toward finding solutions to drug addiction in Philadelphia. Winberg also spent time working at The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Bellingham Herald in Washington state.
The Roosevelt Boulevard subway could finally happen after a century of false starts, transit advocates say
New GoFundMe supports ex-Prevention Point workers who called out dangerous conditions and harassment
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