carrieCarrie Jung began her public radio career in Albuquerque, N.M., where she fell in love with the diverse cultural scene and unique political environment of the Southwest.

Jung has been heard on KJZZ since 2013 when she served as a regular contributor to the Fronteras Desk from KUNM Albuquerque. She has covered several of major stories in the last year, including New Mexico's Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage and Albuquerque's failed voter initiative to ban late-term abortions.

Jung has also contributed stories about environmental and Native American issues to NPR's Morning Edition, PRI's The World, Al Jazeera America, WNYC's The Takeaway, and National Native News.

She earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's in marketing, both from Clemson University.

When Jung isn't producing content for KJZZ she can usually be found buried beneath mounds of fabric and quilting supplies. She recently co-authored a book, "Sweet And Simple Sewing," with her mother and sister, who are fabric designers.

Titlesort descending Publication Date
ASU Cancels Prostitution Symposium July 31, 2014
ASU Officer Placed On Leave Pending Review of Professor's Arrest July 02, 2014
ASU Partners With Adidas After 9-Year Deal With Nike December 16, 2014
ASU Professor Changes Plea In Jaywalking Arrest Case July 09, 2014
AZ Appeals Court: Parents Don't Have Inherent Right To Cross-Examine Children In Custody Termination Cases July 25, 2014
AZ Dept of Corrections Settles Prison Healthcare Lawsuit October 15, 2014
AZ Game and Fish Commission Raises Concernes With Wolf Proposal September 24, 2014
AZ Game and Fish Dept. To Conduct Roadblocks In Northern Arizona December 04, 2014
AZ State Retirment System Responds To Potential Data Breach October 28, 2014
AZ Supreme Court To Review 2007 Freeway Safety Case November 07, 2014
AZDOR Intercepts More Fraudulent Refunds in FY 2013 July 14, 2014
AZED Reports Modest Progress In School Performance Grades August 04, 2014
Banking Fees In Phoenix Rank Among The Nation's Highest September 29, 2014
Billboards Addressing Human Trafficking Unveiled In Phoenix This Week January 05, 2015
Border Fence Knocked Down by Storm Repaired December 16, 2014
Border Patrol Agents Find New Cross-Border Tunnel In Nogales January 22, 2015
Catholic Church Changes Tone On Same-Sex Marriage and Divorce October 13, 2014
City Won't Consider Parking Meters At Desert Preserves August 29, 2014
Civil Rights Groups Voice Concerns Over 2020 Census Updates November 24, 2014
Clean Elections Commission Agrees To Sign Settlement With Tom Horne November 20, 2014
Coconino County Bans Use, Sale Of Fireworks April 25, 2014
Coconino National Forest Sells Out Of Christmas Tree Permits December 02, 2014
Coin Toss Decides Acting Leader Of Navajo Nation Council January 14, 2015
Conservation Group Tests Forest Thinning Computer Program May 26, 2014
Cost To Visit Glen Canyon Could Go Up Soon December 23, 2014