Priya Krishnakumar is a former graphics and data journalist at the Los Angeles Times. Previously, she has worked at the Washington Post, Patch Media and Northwestern University’s Knight Lab. She’s a Northern California native and graduated from Northwestern University in 2014 with a degree in journalism. She also refuses to stop talking about how amazing the weather is in L.A.
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