During her time at Florida International University, where she recently graduated from with a Bachelors in Journalism, Sherrilyn Cabrera interned for the South Florida News Service - a digital journalism platform where stories are written, shot and edited by FIU students. As part of her senior project, she reported on the influx of Puerto Ricans who migrated to Florida after Hurricane Maria, and the impact it could have had on the November 2018 midterm elections.
Growing up in a Latino household, Spanish-language news stations were on constant play on the television, and she found herself being captivated by the many stories and issues facing South Florida and Latin America. This definitely influenced her to pursue Journalism, and it has garnered her interest to report on immigration, social justice and Latino issues.
Sherrilyn is a Miami native, born and raised. During her free time, you can catch her listening to investigative podcasts in her car, watching movies next to her cat, looking for late-night food, or geeking out about coffee with local baristas.
UF already planning to build a campus in West Palm Beach.
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