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Sherrie-Ann De Leon

New York
Freelance Writer and Producer — Freelance
Covers:  immigration, breaking news, nyc local, multiculural issues, local politics
digital journalist. writer. segment producer.former beach bum. current soccer hooligan. curious citizen of the world.

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Biography

Sherrie-Ann De Leon is a trusted, go-to freelance journalist. She has witnessed history and reported for major print and television news organizations in the UK and New York City.

De Leon has covered a wide range of stories, from an eight-day coup attempt to Princess Diana. Her work has appeared on London's Daily Mirror, BBC's Channel 4, Sky TV, National Enquirer, Time Magazine, UPN, and My Network TV.

She has won awards for soccer photography. She works in broadcast television and shoots and…

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RT @Fahrenthold: We've been uncovering widespread use of undocumented immigrants by @realdonaldtrump's businesses -- even as Trump w… https://t.co/f8jU8EbXmP
@NYCTSubway Sadly it's not always evident. Some of these sealed cars feel like traps, there's no way to escape anything that might erupt at any given moment. There must be a better way. We live in hope.
@NYCTSubway Sometimes I feel like not enough resources go into protecting subway riders. It's a big responsibility. Maybe the hard work is being done behind the scenes...
@MTA so today we have a man with a gun on board the Q train 🙄. Aye papi.
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What was your first job as a journalist?

sports photographer

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Jonathan Ames in Bored To Death.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

It's a chance to witness history, to tell the story of the voiceless, to take an objective look at the bigger picture from many perspectives.