My name is Chloe Jones and I am a freelance journalist and investigative journalism graduate student at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
I was raised in Tempe, Arizona and grew up doing triathlons and competitive cheerleading. I also never got used to the Arizona summers.
I have a B.A. in journalism, with a a focus on digital journalism, from the Cronkite School and had a minor in Spanish and minor in philosophy.
As an intern for KJZZ 91.5, Arizona's NPR Station, I spent a year covering spot news and contributed to the Untold Arizona series.
When I was a sustainability reporter for Cronkite News, I led an investigation of the sewage crisis on the border, and that story won a 2019 Online News Association award and Associated College Press Best Multimedia Feature Story Package of the Year 2019.
When I'm not chasing a story, I enjoy teaching and practicing hot yoga, binge-watching Netflix and doing any outdoors activity (when it's not too hot).