KQED Radio Staff
Producer, The California Report
An internship with KQED's Forum in 1998 inspired Victoria Mauleon to pursue a career in broadcast journalism. She had received her B.A. in Psychology from Amherst College in Massachusetts, and worked for several years as a counselor and health educator for homeless teenagers in San Francisco.
After her internship with KQED, Victoria attended UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, and went on to work as a freelance radio and television producer and editor.
Her radio work has aired on NPR's Latino USA and Weekend Edition Saturday. She also worked as a writer and content editor for Frontline World. She helped form Wide Angle Pictures, a San Francisco-based documentary film production company whose work has appeared on PBS, HBO, VH1, and AMC.
Victoria now produces and edits stories and interviews for The California Report's magazine show, as she is thrilled to come back home to KQED.