Alissa Greenberg

Alissa Greenberg is an inveterate traveler and curious explorer who creates features on community, international affairs, culture, travel, and immigrant issues across a multitude of platforms. Along with a competitive internship at NPR's mid-day magazine "Here & Now," during which she pitched, researched, produced, and edited 19 pieces for national broadcast, Alissa wrote features on everything from zoning corruption to cultural trends as a contributing writer for the bilingual newspaper "The Sampan" and currently freelances for such publications as "Wesleyan Magazine," "The Portland Phoenix," and "The Spain Scoop." After living for three years in Spain freelancing and teaching English, Alissa is now back in the United States honing her skills studying journalism at Berkeley. In her free time, she plans to continue work on her anthro-travel memoir, "Across," about an overland trip from Helsinki to Beijing, through Finland, Russia, China, and Mongolia, and the millennial experience in each of those countries. She is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Mandarin Chinese.

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