Nisa Khan graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in user experience and minor in English. Along with writing, she is interested in using digital tools to enhance readers’ understanding of the institutions around them. In Ann Arbor, she worked as an editor for the independent student newspaper, The Michigan Daily. She was also an intern for NPR/Michigan Radio for two years — assisting in stories about lead levels in towns after the Flint water crisis, redlining in major cities, and the station’s podcast Believed. Last year, she was a Knight-CUNYJ fellow, where she interned with ProPublica. She is also a 2017 Asian American Journalists Association Voices alumna and part of the 2019 Online News Association Student Newsroom.
Nisa Khan, MA Class of 2020 Stanford Journalism