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Alejandra Marquez Janse

Assistant Producer, All Things Considered

Alejandra Marquez Janse is a producer for NPR's evening news program All Things Considered. She was part of a team that traveled to Uvalde, Texas, months after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary to cover its impact on the community. She also helped script and produce NPR's first bilingual special coverage of the State of the Union – broadcast in Spanish and English.

Before joining the show as an intern in 2021, Marquez Janse was an intern for South Florida's NPR member station, WLRN. She is a proud graduate of Florida International University, where she studied journalism and political science.

Marquez Janse was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Wednesday

Here are the White House's plans to limit PFAS in water systems

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Thursday

Alexandra Tanner's debut novel centers two sisters in their 20s struggling with the love, anxieties and truths that they hold about each other. Sasha Fletcher hide caption

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'Worry' is a disturbing and honest picture of what it's like to be in your 20s

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Tuesday

'Worry' is a portrait of sisterly love that is both hilarious and deeply disturbing

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Friday

Remembering Frans de Waal, who studied empathy and emotion in primates

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Wednesday

For this Texas State Rep., the immigration law SB4 hits personally

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Monday

No reprieve for 'Cancer Alley': Louisiana pollution correlates with preterm births

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Tuesday

World Food Program's Jean-Martin Bauer on Haiti's growing starvation

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Friday

DOT Secretary Pete Buttigieg says Biden deserves more credit for his successes

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Friday

Scientists have new details on an Antarctic glacier crucial to future sea level rise

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Wednesday

Scientists in the Florida Keys haven't had great success revitalizing coral reefs

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The decision stems from a case brought by three couples that had pursued in vitro fertilization treatment. Sang Tan/AP hide caption

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How Alabama's ruling that frozen embryos are 'children' could impact IVF

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Tuesday

An Alabama Supreme Court ruling may have wider implications for people seeking IVF

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Wednesday

While the ways to connect are evolving, two dating coaches say the goal is still to get off the chats and actually go on dates. Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images hide caption

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Dating habits are changing — again. Here are 3 trends and tips for navigating them

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Thursday

Empty office buildings litter cities, but real estate expert says expect change soon

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Thursday

Republican and Democratic strategists weigh in on 2024 presidential race

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Thursday

Drowning deaths of several migrants at US-Mexico border heightens tensions even more

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In 'The Fury' Alex Michaelides wants to turn the murder mystery genre on its head

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Oil production companies in the U.S. keep consolidating

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Wednesday

A Supreme Court case that protects the environment, health care, and food safety is at risk

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Texas and federal officials are struggling to determine who will tackle the border crisis

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How EV drivers can maximize their range in the cold

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Tuesday

Presidential hopefuls pivot their efforts to New Hampshire

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The Baltimore Sun has been sold to a conservative broadcast chief

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