Dorany Pineda, Los Angeles Times' New Drought Reporter
Dorany Pineda covers the drought in California for the Los Angeles Times. Since joining the newsroom in 2018, she’s been a general assignment reporter on Metro and Calendar, done a stint writing obituaries, and covered books, the publishing industry and the local literary scene. Previously, she was on the police beat for City News Service and was a general assignment reporter for the Los Angeles Wave newspaper. Pineda earned her bachelor’s in literature from UC Santa Cruz in 2012 and a journalism certificate from East Los Angeles College in 2017.
News alert🚨: It's my first day with the environment team at the LA Times! I'll be writing about CA's drought & how it's affecting ppl & communities in LA & beyond. Who should I talk to? How is the drought impacting you? Send me tips & story pitches! My DMs are open.— Dorany Pineda (@DoranyPineda90) October 4, 2022
Email Dorany at firstname.lastname@example.org
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