Former graphics and data journalist Jon Schleuss left the Los Angeles Times in December 2019 when he was elected president of the NewsGuild, which represents about 20,000 journalists and other workers in the United States and Canada. Schleuss previously taught journalism students how to code at the University of Southern California. An Arkansas native, he graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2013.
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