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Shereen Marisol Meraji
Shereen Marisol Meraji joined NPR's Code Switch team after reporting for Marketplace's Wealth & Poverty Desk. Before Marketplace, Meraji was a business and economy reporter for Southern California Public Radio. There she covered entertainment, technology, entrepreneurship, and breaking business news.
Previously, Meraji worked at NPR from 2003-2011, first as a producer for Day to Day and then for NPR's flagship afternoon news magazine, All Things Considered. Over that time, Meraji produced by day and worked as a freelance reporter for NPR in her free time (nights, weekends, and vacations) until she landed a full-time reporting gig at Southern California Public Radio.
In 2007 Meraji received Johns Hopkins University's International Reporting Project Fellowship, which took her to Beirut, Lebanon. In Beirut, her stories focused on the effects of the 2006 war on youth and youth culture, and they aired on NPR.
A graduate of San Francisco State with a BA in Raza Studies, Meraji is a native Californian with family roots in Puerto Rico and Iran.