Ruxandra Guidi has more than a decade of experience working in public radio, magazines, and multimedia, and has reported throughout the United States, the Caribbean, South and Central America, and Mexico.
After earning a Master’s degree in journalism from UC Berkeley in 2002, she went to work for the independent producers The Kitchen Sisters. Since then she has worked as a reporter and producer for NPR’s Latino USA, the BBC daily public radio news program The World, the CPB-funded Fronteras Desk in San Diego-Tijuana, and KPCC Public Radio’s Immigration and Emerging Communities beat in Los Angeles.
As a freelancer, she has produced magazine features and radio documentaries for the BBC World Service, NPR, Marketplace, CBC, Orion Magazine, The Walrus Magazine, Guernica Magazine, Virginia Quarterly Review, and The Atlantic. She’s a native of Caracas, Venezuela.