Alexa Díaz is a former audience engagement editor and Metpro fellow for the Los Angeles Times. Before she joined the audience team, she reported for The Times’ Metro and Business desks as well as the Politics team based in Washington, D.C. Díaz grew up in the Inland Empire and graduated in 2018 from Syracuse University with a focus on magazine journalism and gender studies.
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