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Isabella Gomez Sarmiento

Production Assistant, Weekend Edition

Isabella Gomez Sarmiento is a production assistant with Weekend Edition.

She was a 2019 Kroc Fellow. During her fellowship, she reported for Goats and Soda, the National Desk and Weekend Edition. She also wrote for NPR Music and contributed to the Alt.Latino podcast.

Gomez Sarmiento joined NPR after graduating from Georgia State University with a B.A. in journalism, where her studies focused on the intersections of media and gender. Throughout her time at school, she wrote for outlets including Teen Vogue, CNN, Remezcla, She Shreds Magazine and more.

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Mario Vargas Llosa explores 1954 Guatemalan coup in new novel

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In 'Dreaming of You,' poet Melissa Lozada-Oliva reimagines Selena's legacy

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Alt.Latino And NPR News: Musical Profiles From Mexico, Cuba and Peru

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Louise Penny (left), a best-selling author, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, paired up to write State of Terror, a new novel that they say is meant to serve as a cautionary tale. Dominique Lafond and Deborah Feingold/Simon & Schuster hide caption

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Hillary Clinton and Louise Penny tackle nuclear war and diplomacy in new crime novel

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3-time Latin Grammy winner Susana Baca marks a career spanning 50 years

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In the podcast Finding D.W., host and former D.W. voice actor Jason Szwimer interviews other male actors who played Arthur's kid sister. Jason Szwimer hide caption

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A New Podcast Explores Why 'Arthur' The Aardvark's Sister D.W. Was Voiced By Boys

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Alt.Latino's Best Music of 2021 (So Far)

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Loss, Love And Resilience Across Latinidad

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Marie Ulven, 'Girl In Red,' Talks Fame, Sexuality And Her New Album

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Introducing... is the solo debut of Aaron Frazer, best known for drumming and singing with Durand Jones & the Indications. Alysse Gafkjen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Introducing...,' Aaron Frazer Contemplates Love And The Road Ahead

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Encore: A Conversation About The 'American Dirt' Controversy

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