Thursday, April 9, 2020

Carmen Heredia Rodriguez

Carmen Heredia Rodriguez
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Carmen Heredia Rodriguez, Reporter, recently graduated from Indiana University with bachelor’s degrees in journalism and political science. Her interest in health care during her collegiate years led her to volunteer in Panama and translate for patients at a local nonprofit clinic in Bloomington, Ind. Prior to becoming a KHN web reporter, Heredia Rodriguez also worked as an intern for South Bend Tribune and KHN, where her work was featured in KQED, Miami Herald and The Washington Post.

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