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.

Title Publication Date
Arizona Game And Fish Hopes New Ad Campaign Will Attract New Supporters May 04, 2015
Experts: Hot Summer Temperatures Mean Worse Phoenix Air Quality April 30, 2015
Arizona Game And Fish To Test Dead Ducks Found On Lake Havasu April 29, 2015
Fort Huachuca Begins Final Course On Morse Code April 28, 2015
Report: Fewer Arizona Kids Enter School With Non-Medical Vaccination Exemptions April 27, 2015
Experts: Supreme Court Decision On Same-Sex Marriage Could Impact Arizona Couples April 27, 2015
Endangered Black-Footed Ferret Count Down In Northern Arizona April 27, 2015
Arizona Fire Managers To Treat 5,000 Acres With Prescribed Burns This Weekend April 24, 2015
Report Shows More People Are Visiting National Parks In Arizona April 23, 2015
Casino Supporters Address Arizona's Efforts To Block Resort Near Glendale April 22, 2015
Threatening Phone Calls Reported At Several Flagstaff Schools April 21, 2015
Arizona Board Of Regents To Consider Lower Tuition Rate For Some Undocumented Students April 21, 2015
Park Service Proposes Permit System For Traditional Plant Gathering April 20, 2015
Arizona Rural Fire Districts Feel Burn Of Smaller Budgets April 20, 2015
Arizona Game And Fish Wants To Intervene In Lawsuit Over Mexican Gray Wolves April 20, 2015
Phoenix Human Relations Commission To Discuss Police-Community Relationship April 20, 2015
AZDHS Launches Program To Increase Blood Lead Screenings April 17, 2015
Navajo Nation Approves Land Buy Back Program Agreement April 16, 2015
UA Study Suggests Twitter Posts Could Help Predict ER Traffic April 15, 2015
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Officials Report Increase In Sky Train Use April 14, 2015
Ducey Signs Bill Giving More Rights To Arizona Landlords April 14, 2015
Exhibit Honoring Gov. Raul Castro Opens At Arizona Capitol Museum April 14, 2015
Uber Won't Confirm 'Global Command Center' Announced By Phoenix Mayor April 14, 2015
First Fire Weather Watch Issued For South Central Arizona April 13, 2015
1995 Arizona Amtrak Derailment Still Unsolved; FBI Offers $310K Reward April 10, 2015

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