Writer & Journalist
Kaylee Dusang is a recent graduate from the University of Houston with a B.A. in journalism and a concentration in global & international studies. She has held several internships while in college, including the Houston Chronicle's city desk where she reported on crime and general assignment. She also interned in Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital's internal communications office, where she wrote stories for the hospital newsletter.
Previously, she worked as a reporter and editor for the student-led newspaper The Daily Cougar and as an editorial intern for Houstonia Magazine. Last summer, she traveled to Columbia, Missouri to receive multimedia training at Newsy, where she gained experience in video news production and broadcast journalism.
She has always loved to travel and experience other cultures. In 2017, she studied Spanish at the Universidad de Granada in Granada, Spain for the summer. Recently, she was awarded the Global Citizens Credential by the University of Houston's Office of the Provost. This award recognizes students who enhance their degree with global courses, study abroad, multicultural events and scholarly symposiums.
Kaylee is passionate about informing the community through her writing and storytelling. She is based in Houston, Texas and hopes to pursue a career in communications or the news media.