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Vignesh Ramachandran

Vignesh is a senior editor at The Juggernaut. He has spent nearly the last decade in reporting, editing, and production roles at various newsrooms, including ProPublica, NBC News Digital, Mashable, Peninsula Press (in partnership with KQED and SFGate), and the Stanford Computational Journalism Lab. He has also written for NPR, The Marshall Project, OZY, and Knight Foundation. He earned a MA in Journalism from Stanford University and a BS in Broadcast News Journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He grew up in the Denver area and can speak Tamil/Tanglish and Spanish.

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