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Elizabeth Myong | Arts Access

Arts Collaborative Reporter / Producer

Elizabeth Myong is KERA’s Arts Collaborative Reporter/Producer. She came to KERA from New York, where she worked as a CNBC fellow covering breaking news and politics. Before that, she freelanced as a features reporter for the Houston Chronicle and a modern arts reporter for Houstonia Magazine.

Elizabeth won a regional Edward R. Murrow award and Texas Broadcast News award for her coverage of Asian American communities.

A North Texas native, she was first introduced to journalism as a high schooler through The Dallas Morning News’ Student Voice program. She’s a proud graduate of Rice University where she wrote for the school’s newspaper The Thresher. Her bylines have also appeared in Yahoo! Finance, Associated Press and Eater NY.

She was a part of Poynter's Power of Diverse Voices cohort in 2021 and completed the AAJA/Google News Initiative Digital Reporting Intensive in 2022.

If you’d like to connect with Elizabeth, follow her on Twitter @elizabeth_myong.

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