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Carlie Procell

Carlie Procell joined Civil Beat as a data reporting fellow in December 2018.

Carlie graduated from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in data journalism in May 2018. She specializes in data analysis and visualization, and is passionate about combining journalism and technology to tell stories in innovative, impactful ways that encourage public engagement.

In college she worked as the online development editor for the student paper The Maneater, and then as the graphics editor for the local newspaper The Columbia Missourian. She also worked as a research assistant at Investigative Reporters & Editors where she cleaned and analyzed data for news organizations and helped create a book on mapping for journalists.

She previously interned at her hometown paper The Shreveport Times and at The Dallas Morning News. At The Shreveport Times she worked as both a general assignment reporter and a multimedia producer. At The Dallas Morning News she worked on the data and interactives desk where she coded interactive graphics and helped develop a database app to track restaurant health inspections.

She can be found on Twitter @CarlieProcell and reached by email at cprocell@civilbeat.org

Where Hawaii Renters Spend Half Their Incomes On Housing Carlie Procell/Civil Beat

Where Hawaii Renters Spend Half Their Incomes On Housing

In the state as a whole, people at many income levels who rent — not just low-income residents — face a shortage of rental housing.

10 Charts That Show The Struggle Of Being A Millennial In Hawaii Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

10 Charts That Show The Struggle Of Being A Millennial In Hawaii

Adults aged 25 to 34 are facing higher college tuition, higher rents and bigger housing prices than previous generations.