Jacelle Ramon-Sauberan, Tohono O’odham, is the new features and multimedia reporter for the Osage News.
Ramon-Sauberan worked as a freelance reporter for Indian Country Today Media Network for more than two years. She covered topics from health to powwows. She was also a freelance reporter for Patch.com, a hyper-local newspaper in the Seattle-Tacoma area and reznetnews.org, an online newspaper covering topics in Indian Country.
Ramon-Sauberan has had internships at The Daily Times in Farmington, N.M., the St. Cloud Times in St. Cloud, M.N., Wick Communications in Green Valley, A.Z., and Patch.com in Washington State.
Ramon-Sauberan is a graduate of the American Indian Journalism Institute and The New York Times Student Journalism Institute. She is also a Chips Quinn Scholar and graduate of the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism.
Ramon-Sauberan has volunteered as a multimedia mentor at the Native American Newspaper Career Conference held at the Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota.
In 2010, Ramon-Sauberan received the Douglas D. Martin Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism and Leadership and Service Award in Journalism from the University of Arizona.
The Osage News is happy to welcome Jacelle to our team.