Contributor through December 2011
When an intern in the KPBS Newsroom, Sasha wrote radio spots and adapted them into web articles. She recently relocated to San Diego from the Bay Area. She studied media theory at UC Berkeley and received her master’s in broadcasting from San Francisco State University. While at SF State, she taught studio production to undergraduate students in the broadcasting program.
Sasha is passionate about producing high quality media that educates and inspires, with a particular interest in issues of sustainability. Sasha has worked in radio and television as well as the government and non-profit sectors. She recently finished production on “Waterways,” a documentary film that follows the path of water from the mountains to the faucet. She spent the summer of 2010 in El Salvador shooting and editing a promotional video for a non-profit.
When not working, Sasha enjoys hiking, dancing, cooking and gardening.
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