Kathryn Styer Martínez is a Northern Californian multimedia journalist, now in her first year at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, and a recipient of the Reporting Fellowship on Latino Well-Being from the GGSC and the Graduate School of Journalism.
Her reporting focuses on Latino communities, economic equity, and solutions to social problems. She was the 2020-2021 Toni Randolph Reporting fellow at Minnesota Public Radio News, the 2019-2020 New Economy Reporting Project fellow, and the former director of KGCP-LPFM, Peralta Community Radio, in Oakland, California.
She is a freelance photojournalist, reporter, and broadcast journalist. Her work has appeared in El Tecolote, The Oaklandside, MPR News, National Public Radio, Outside Online, Talk Poverty, New Life Quarterly, and Making Contact.