Regan Mertz is a graduate student studying Documentary and Photojournalism at the Missouri School of Journalism.
Regan Mertz is a graduate student studying Documentary and Photojournalism at the Missouri School of Journalism. She received her Bachelor of Journalism from the same university, and during her undergraduate degree, she majored in Convergence Journalism with an emphasis in Audio Journalism, minored in History and received certificates in Multicultural and Writing Intensive Studies. She has reported, produced and edited at all of the Missouri School of Journalism’s publications. At these newsrooms, she has told stories through video, audio, photo, print and infographics. She also interned with the Missouri Information Corps, a pop-up newsroom that reported on COVID-19 during the first summer of the pandemic, freelanced for the Gateway Journalism Review and worked at the Reynolds Journalism Institute where she created a podcast for The Oregonian and an interactive audio map for South Dakota Public Broadcasting. Currently, she is finishing her last semester in graduate school in Washington, D.C., as she works at the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival and Symposium and as a research assistant for the Watchdog Writers Group.
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