Hallie Golden is a freelance journalist in Seattle. She writes regularly for such publications as The New York Times, The Guardian, CityLab and Seattle
Magazine. Her stories address some of the region’s most important social justice issues, including the area’s high number of murdered and missing Native American women.
She previously worked as a contract reporter and editor for The Associated Press in Salt Lake City and Philadelphia. She covered state and federal politics and crime, and has written on such topics as U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s resignation, and a Utah judge who called a convicted rapist a ‘good man.’
She also worked as an editorial fellow in Washington, D.C. for Atlantic Media’s Nextgov, where she spent a year investigating the federal government’s use and misuse of technology.
Golden graduated from Stony Brook University, with degrees in journalism and music.
She has received awards for both her writing and photography, including a Robert and Rhoda Amon award for outstanding journalism.
Equipment: Nikon DSLR: D3000 and D7000, Canon video camerabasic CSS and HTML, Microsoft Excel