Lucy Hood is an award-winning journalist and fluent Spanish speaker with extensive experience reporting on issues related to education and the immigrant experience. As a foreign correspondent for United Press International, she covered Guatemala’s decades-long civil war, its first democratic presidential election in 30 years, and the country’s transition from military to civilian rule. As a senior education reporter at the San Antonio Express-News, she wrote award-winning enterprise pieces on high school dropout rates, private school vouchers, and immigrant education, and as a freelance reporter, she’s continued to focus on immigration and education issues, providing a wide range of print and digital content for, among others, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation of New York. In addition, she’s spent much of her spare time volunteering with community–based organizations working with immigrant communities in Washington, DC, and Raleigh, NC.
Hey! Glad to find this and look forward to following it!
Cynthia, thanks! So glad we’re back in touch. I looked at your blog again last night, and it looks great. We’ll have to talk again soon, swap ideas, suggestions, troubleshooting tips. Making my way through WordPress is a bit of a challenge. The various media, widget, and page buttons don’t always read my mind. 🙂
Great start! Can’t wait to follow the toast. Hope you will add a travel section and join me next summer for some adventures south of the border.
That’s a brilliant idea. Thank you, Annie!
Lucy – Great to discover your blog! Your background and your interests will keep me intrigued for a long time, I’m sure. Let’s get together to talk about photography. Best wishes! – Jerry
Thanks so much. I look forward to the photo chats! Cheers, Lucy
Hey Lucy- nice blog! Felicidades y gambatte kudasai!!
Dennis, Mil gracias! Am thrilled you like it. Arigatou gozaimasu!
Post a Tango video!
I’ll call my friend Bobby Duvall and see if he’s game for making one. 🙂