Miriam Sitz

Journalist, Reporter, and Editor in New York

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Miriam Sitz loves a good story.

A native Texan, she moved to New York in 2014 to attend the Columbia Journalism School, graduating in May of 2015 with honors in radio and winning the 2015 Radio Prize.

In 2015, she reported her way across the Great American Southwest with Texas-based photographer Jenna-Beth Lyde on a podcasting and visual storytelling expedition called the Sunroof Roadshow.

In New York, she an editor at Architectural Record magazine. She has freelanced for WNYC, covered science and health for Uptown Radio, and reported on local issues in northern Manhattan for The Uptowner. At Columbia, she developed a three-part, 30-minute audio piece on rare diseases and how specialty pharmaceuticals called orphan drugs come to market.

Formerly based in San Antonio, she wrote for the city's alt-weekly Current; the Rivard Report, a hyperlocal daily news website; the statewide Texas Architect magazine and the San Antonio Business Journal, among others.

(background photo by Jenna-Beth Lyde.)

  • Education
    • Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
    • Trinity University