Jacqueline Ronson

Assistant editor

Jacqueline Ronson is a journalist and editor based in Youbou, B.C., on the unceded homelands of Coast Salish and Nuu-chah-nulth peoples. She previously worked for The Discourse, where her reporting in the Cowichan Valley became the foundation of a new model for thoughtful, community-led local news. Before that, she worked as a science and environment reporter for Inverse and a news and politics reporter for the Yukon News. Jacqueline loves making DIY gifts and would never turn down an invitation to a sweaty dance party.

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