Joseph Serna is the deputy editor of culture and talent at the Los Angeles Times and helps oversee its career training and recruitment efforts. He was previously assigned to cover wildfires, emergency preparation and response for Metro, which took him to some of the worst fire disasters in the world from Australia to Northern California. He was part of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for the 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attack. He attended Orange Coast Community College, San Francisco State University and graduated from Cal State Long Beach.
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