Valeria Ricciulli is a bilingual journalist, originally from Colombia, passionate about New York City: its diverse communities, stories, built environment, and infrastructure. As Curbed NY Reporter, Valeria brings her local news expertise, having interned at El Diario and worked as breaking news reporter for DNAinfo NY. Her work has also appeared on Feet in 2 Worlds, Queens Latino, and Colombia.com. She holds a Master of Science in Media Management from The New School. Send tips (in Spanish as well) and follow her on Twitter at @ValeRicciulli.
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