Naomi Klinge is a summer 2020 reporting intern with the Company Town team at the Los Angeles Times. She previously worked as a podcast host, producer and reporter with Missouri Business Alert and as a reporting intern with the Indian Express in New Delhi. Originally from the Seattle area, Klinge recently graduated from the University of Missouri with bachelor’s degrees in international convergence journalism and political science.
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