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.
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