Clarisa Diaz is a senior interaction and graphic designer for the WNYC and Gothamist newsroom. She reports on issues related to design and environmental science. Her stories have been featured on PBS, Science Friday, and she was a Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution OSJ fellow in 2018. She was also on the WNYC team that created the Harlem Heat project, which won a national Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Innovation. Clarisa has taught design courses for the Integrated Digital Media program at NYU, the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, and at Parsons where she received her master's degree. She's a former Fulbright scholar in architecture and urban design, which set her living abroad for several years. Back in NYC you'll find her in her favorite borough, Queens.
- How Stories Communicate and Engage People with Climate Change on a Local Level — ONA19, September 11, 2019