Judith Palma

Reporter

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jpalma@kwqc.com

 

Judith comes to the Quad Cities from the Chicagoland Area. She graduated magna cum laude from DePaul University in June 2018, where she majored in Journalism and Public Relations.

Judith has always been a storyteller. Her interest in Journalism started at a young age when she wrote a family newspaper, “El Solecito”. She also enjoys creative writing and has plans to be a published author. She is excited to use her passion for storytelling to serve the Quad Cities community.

At DePaul, Judith was able to report on a variety of stories in Chicago including, the 2018 Women’s March, DACA and immigration, and the Facebook controversies. Her favorite stories are those that allow her to connect with the local community.

When not at work, Judith plans explore everything the Quad Cities has to offer. Her favorite things include movies, going out to eat, and cooking a delicious meal. She is especially looking forward to getting back into a dance studio!

Feel free to reach out to her with any story ideas or general information, she is available to speak to you in English or Spanish.


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