Becca Aaronson Product Manager

Becca Aaronson ensures that our technology products align with our audience and brand objectives. As a member of the engineering team, she helps maintain and improve the Tribune's website, coordinates cross-departmental projects and conducts user research to improve reader experience. Becca joined the Tribune in 2010 as a journalist, and covered health care from 2012-2014. A founding member of the Tribune’s interactive data and visuals team, Becca developed interactive feature stories for the Tribune before moving to her current position. She has a bachelor’s degree in cultural theory from Scripps College in Claremont, Calif.

Recent Contributions

Challengers Say Campbell Shortchanged District

Senate District 25 candidates Mike Novak, Elise Chan, and freshman Sen. Donna Campbell wait to respond to a panel question at a Republican debate in Wimberley, Feb. 5, 2014.
Senate District 25 candidates Mike Novak, Elise Chan, and freshman Sen. Donna Campbell wait to respond to a panel question at a Republican debate in Wimberley, Feb. 5, 2014.

State Sen. Donna Campbell, R-New Braunfels, is playing defense against two Republican primary challengers, Elisa Chan, a former San Antonio city councilwoman, and Mike Novak, a former Bexar County commissioner.

Despite Obstacles, Local Governments Pursue Obamacare Enrollment

Lindsay Berlanga, center, site manager for Cognazante, helps Melissa Villareal, right, and her mother, Hortensia Villareal, rear, with registration for the Affordable Care Act during assistance hours at Bibliotech, the new digital public library in San Antonio, Friday, January 17, 2014.
Lindsay Berlanga, center, site manager for Cognazante, helps Melissa Villareal, right, and her mother, Hortensia Villareal, rear, with registration for the Affordable Care Act during assistance hours at Bibliotech, the new digital public library in San Antonio, Friday, January 17, 2014.

Government officials and community-based organizations are working together to incorporate new rules, maximize their resources and educate uninsured Texans on how to take advantage of the federal health law.