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Elizabeth Myong

Assistant Digital Producer

Elizabeth Myong is KERA’s Assistant Digital 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.

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 loves exploring the restaurant scene, watching old films from the 1940s-1960s, uninspired journaling and hiding in the library with a good book and a secret stash of snacks.

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

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