By Saja Hindi Phil Ford has always been interested in the state of the health care system, but he only learned about the funding problems free health clinics face a couple of months ago. And when he did, he decided to do something about it. Phil Ford is a well-liked former UNC Chapel Hill basketball […]
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Saja Hindi has worked for various news organizations through jobs or internships in North Carolina, including the daily Wilmington newspaper, the Star News; the Union County Weekly; and WUNC, the local NPR affiliate, among others.
She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English/Journalism from N.C. State University in 2010. During her tenure at N.C. State, she worked as editor-in-chief of the daily student newspaper, Technician, and was the radio station WKNC 88.1 FM’s public affairs director where she produced and hosted “Eye on the Triangle.” After graduation, Saja served a year and a half as an AmeriCorps service volunteer and continued to freelance.
She got married in July 2012 to her sweetheart, Aaron and followed him to Colorado, where she works at a small daily, the Loveland Reporter Herald.