Whitney Eulich is the Monitor's Latin America editor, overseeing regional coverage for CSMonitor.com and the weekly magazine. She also curates the Latin America Monitor Blog.
In 2009 Whitney lived in Venezuela as a Rotary International Cultural Ambassadorial Fellow, and has worked in Colombia and Guatemala as an oral historian and radio journalist. Prior to joining the Monitor, her reporting was aired or published on NPR programs including Latino USA and PBS's The NewsHour (online). She has conducted trainings for radio reporters in English and Spanish, and prior to journalism, Whitney taught English in France, led study abroad programs in Europe and Francophone Africa, and worked in natural disaster management after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Whitney holds a Bachelors of Science in social policy from Northwestern University, where she also minored in French. She received her master's from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) in 2011 with a focus on human rights, Latin America, and conflict resolution.
Stories by Whitney Eulich
- At the US border, reminiscing about Venezuela
- Title 42 shifted attitudes about migration – south of US border
- Seeking asylum in the US? Make sure your cellphone is charged.
- The world sees invasive seaweed. This gardener sees housing bricks.
- Preserving culture: Rappers keep the Maya language alive
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