Carmen Mendoza, Senior Web Producer. A video journalist, she tells stories about influential leaders in academe. She joined The Chronicle of Higher Education in 1999. She also puts print content online and oversees the presentation of charts, graphics, and tables for the Web.
Mendoza also archives weekly content and production materials of various Chronicle newsletters. Before joining The Chronicle, she worked for Thermalium L.P. in Düsseldorf, Germany, as a translator.’
She is a graduate of Radford University and the University of Oviedo, holding degrees in journalism and Spanish literature. She also earned a certificate of attendance from Högskolan Karlskrona/Ronneby in Sweden.
In her spare time, Mendoza enjoys playing soccer and biking the Arlington county trails.
Follow her on Twitter @cmendoza, or email her at email@example.com.
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