We Welcome Heather McCarthy to the Writing Team at The Voice La Voz

The Voice La Voz Newspaper welcomes Heather McCarthy
The Voice La Voz Newspaper welcomes Heather McCarthy

The Voice La Voz Newspaper welcomes Heather McCarthy to our team of writers.

Heather was born and raised in Thousand Oaks and is a Journalism and Creative Writing major at Azusa Pacific University. She is set to graduate in December 2018.

We are excited to see the array of articles she has planned.

Heather writes for her college periodical, Zu Magazine, and has several articles published.

We celebrate her love of travel and sense of adventure. Heather hopes to bring to light social issues among other forms of news and can be found drinking coffee and having heated debates with her friends or watching documentaries.

If you get a call from Heather about a story, you will witness her excitement to focus on Ventura County and to provide her neighbors with quality, local news that matters to them.

Please join me in welcoming Heather McCarthy to The Voice La Voz Newspaper, your local news and sports for Ventura County!

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