Connie Hanzhang Jin
is the data visuals fellow. They are a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where they studied Multimedia Journalism and Studio Art. In the past, Connie worked as a design assistant at Carolina Union Communications and Creative Services and was an intern for Clarkston Consulting and Chapel Hill/Durham Magazine. They enjoy drawing short comics and cooking an absurd amount of pasta.
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