Jason Fuller is a multimedia journalist whose interest is the intersectionality of Arts & Culture and Society. He holds a Master of Science from Virginia Commonwealth University’s Robertson School of Media and Culture. The Detroit native obtained his bachelor’s degree in communications, while double majoring in Africana studies from the University of New Mexico (UNM). He has a considerable amount of experience working with communities of color in New Mexico through his fellowship, internship and organizational stints with NPR’s Next Generation Radio, Generation Justice, NPR’s Next Generation Radio, Richmond Times-Dispatch and UNM’s Community Engagement Center. Presently, Jason serves as a Web/Field Producer for WAMU’s Anacostia Unmapped Project and is a contributing reporter for WAMU.