Lauren Terrazas is an El Paso native and produces "Morning Edition" and "Fronteras" for Texas Public Radio. She began her work in broadcasting as an intern at KTEP, El Paso’s public radio station. While at KTEP, she went to become a production assistant and then chief announcer for "Morning Edition."
Lauren supervised part-time student employees and interns while producing local public affairs programs. She also created KTEP’s first production handbook.
She received her bachelor of arts degree in organizational and corporate communication from the University of Texas at El Paso in 2017 and will be pursuing her master’s in public administration at the University of Texas at San Antonio, beginning in January 2019.
In her free time, Lauren enjoys all things pertaining to music and film and being outdoors with her dog.
Latinos comprise about 40% of the population in Texas, and their votes could be critical to races up and down the ballot. Campaigns are rediscovering the fact that there is no solid “Latino” bloc. Public Radio reporters across Texas are listening to these voters discuss the issues they care about and give their thoughts on where the nation should be heading. This is the third in a series of five stories about Latino voters in the 2020 Election.
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