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Natalia Angulo-Hinkson

Digital Journalist

Houston, TX

Natalia Angulo-Hinkson

"We tell ourselves stories in order to live." -Joan Didion

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Small company, Big problem: How Adapt Pharma became the go-to opioid antidote drug maker

The opioid crisis has ignited a public health debate across the United States. Narcan and other forms of naloxone are critical to fighting the epidemic.
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What if doctors could deliver medicine virtually? New tech is making that a reality

In the last two years, the number of health apps available to consumers has nearly doubled, reaching 318,000, per IQVIA Institute research.
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Smart cities are tracking your every move to react. Yours could be next

How soon could you live in a smart city? The kind where autonomous cars drive on 5G-powered streets and skyscrapers are self-sufficient thanks to artificial intelligence.
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These self-heating blankets are helping save preterm infants in resource-scarce regions

Lack of warmth is a real issue for millions of people around the globe. Enter: Warmilu, a start up that developed a reusable heat pack that generates warmth in seconds.
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This entrepreneur turned her wanderlust into a startup that helps Ethiopian artisans set up shop

UnoEth sells its products online, as well as at multiple brick-and-mortar boutiques in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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The US could take a heavy fiscal hit if DACA isn't resolved, economists say

Much has been said about the emotional toll of rescinding the DACA program on young people. But labor analysts say the economy could also take a hit if lawmakers don't come up with a resolution quickly.
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Companies from Tesla to Disney pledge their allegiance to Mother Earth, not the government

As politicians bicker over climate change, businesses are taking the lead.

About

Natalia Angulo-Hinkson

Natalia Angulo-Hinkson is an Emmy-nominated journalist and communications professional. She is a native of Houston, although at 5’1’’ she disproves the theory that everything is bigger in Texas. Before moving back to her home state, she worked as a business correspondent in Washington, D.C., and as a business editor in New York City. ("No mere city," as Joan Didion would say.)

She is most energized covering stories about social entrepreneurs, innovators and startups. Natalia always has her eye on the tech, retail and music industries, and has reported on beauty, travel and pop culture as well. She is fluent in Spanish and speaks conversational French.

Some of her fondest — slash scariest — journalism memories involve her intern days at glossy fashion mags. But hands down the most exciting part about her work is traveling and hearing people’s stories.

Natalia is photo obsessive — and a big fan of the em dash. The proud Colombian has a B.A. in Politics from the University of Dallas and an M.A. in Journalism from New York University. Natalia joined Circa from Industry Dive, and prior to that FOX Business. But marrying a corn farmer from Nebraska was her smartest move.

You can find some of her work on Circa.com, MarketingDive.com, FOXBusiness.com, FoxNews.com, TeenVogue.com, BusinessInsider.com, MarieClaire.com and El Diario/La Prensa NY.

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Skills

  • on-camera work
  • public speaking
  • news writing
  • editing
  • digital media
  • photo journalism
  • social media
  • web analytics
  • content curation
  • reporting
  • feature writing
  • video editing
  • field producing