Farida Jhabvala Romero
Farida Jhabvala Romero is a Labor Correspondent for KQED. She previously covered immigration. Farida was part of a team of journalists who won a regional Edward M. Murrow award in investigative reporting in 2022 for “Dangerous Air.” She was also awarded a national Edward M. Murrow in 2020 as one of the contributors to “Graying California.” Before joining KQED, Farida worked as a producer and reporter at Radio Bilingüe, a national public radio network. Farida earned her master’s degree in journalism from Stanford University.