Alejandra Salazar (she/her) is a producer and associate editor at the award-winning public radio show and podcast Latino USA. Before her time at Latino USA, Alejandra was a reporter/producer for WNYC, New York City’s NPR member station, where she covered local and daily news for the flagship shows Morning Edition and All Things Considered. She has past bylines in the San Francisco Chronicle, NPR, the Dallas Morning News, and Refinery29. Alejandra primarily covers arts and culture, especially as it intersects with politics, social justice, and history. She got her start in radio through her college station at Stanford University. Before pivoting into journalism, she was a Univision Media Fellow at the National Hispanic Media Coalition in Los Angeles, California. Alejandra is originally from San Antonio, Texas and is currently based in Brooklyn.