Euna is a freelance journalist and photographer based in New Jersey who covers health, climate change, travel, commerce, and beauty. She has reported on the rise of heat exhaustion in student-athletes due to climate change, the dangers of air pollution from urbanization, and the impact of clean energy on saving an island. Her byline has appeared at The Weather Channel, Upworthy, AskMen, and RetailMeNot.
When Euna isn’t writing, she serves as a content creator for her local church. She also previously worked in the nonprofit sector as a marketing director for a Christian organization, helping build and grow its vision to empower women of the local church through organized conferences and workshops.
Before working as a freelancer full-time, Euna worked as a photo editor at The Weather Channel. Her photo editorials have won awards from several press clubs and she also contributed to many other award-winning stories during her five years at The Weather Channel.
Euna has a Master's degree in journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. She also graduated from Bryn Mawr College with a bachelor's degree in Art History and studied Art and Business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London.
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