Natalia Angulo-Hinkson


Washington, D.C.

Natalia Angulo-Hinkson

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


Here's what could happen to streaming after Disney cuts the cord on Netflix

According to analysts, Disney's cord-cutting move may not spell trouble for Netflix in the long term.

Here's how Detroit Bikes is transforming America’s car capital into a bike town

Cycling is seeing a renaissance in the U.S. and this Detroit business is along for the ride.

Instacart is shaking up the grocery model – one online delivery at a time

Groceries may be the last retail category on the shelf that people buy online, which makes it ripe for growth and disruption.

Feeling alone on your job hunt? The Muse wants to change that

Anyone who has looked for jobs online can speak to the frustrations of submitting your resume into a seemingly black hole and then anxiously hoping a hiring manager (or a human for that matter) sees it.

Bridal retailer Alfred Angelo closed its stores, leaving thousands without dresses

The Florida-based wedding dress chain filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy and shuttered its operations on Friday – without fulfilling all of its orders and leaving many panicked brides scrambling to recoup their deposits.

Got two degrees? That might not be enough if you're a person of color looking for work in Illinois.

While the U.S. economy is making a comeback – the national unemployment rate hit a 16-year-low in May – not every American is feeling the turnaround.

Amazon is jumping into the try-before-you-buy apparel market

Amazon really wants you to buy clothes from its fashion closet.

Amazon is buying Whole Foods and grocery stocks are rotting

You may soon be able to Amazon Prime organic foods. On Friday, Amazon bought Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion, or $42 a share.

Pot companies are calling on Washington to step up and provide clearer regulations

This is how Dixie Brands has been able to scale its cannabis company when you can’t technically cross state lines in the U.S.

This CEO says he has to take anti-depressants to cope with work. He's not alone.

For many Americans, work is something you can't leave at the office. And it's taking a toll on your mental health.

This healthcare CEO gives $100 holiday bonuses to employees. Here's why.

As part of Circa's new business series, "Incuvators," we spoke with Jackson Healthcare CEO Rick Jackson about his annual holiday gift to employees.

Silicon Valley is a boys club. This woman-led startup is doing something about it.

More than half of women in technology exit the industry mid-career for reasons such as they feel there's no room for advancement. This female-run startup wants to change that.


Natalia Angulo-Hinkson

Natalia is a journalist and Texas native. Her family is originally from Colombia, but she currently calls Washington, D.C., home. Natalia is fluent in Spanish and speaks conversational French. She is most energized when covering stories about social enterprise, startups, small business, tech, fashion, travel, beauty and (pop) culture news.

She graduated from the University of Dallas in December 2009, with a BA in Politics and concentration in Spanish Language & Literature. After working in Washington, D.C. as a broadcast intern, Natalia moved to Manhattan where she completed her MA in Journalism with a concentration in Magazine Writing at New York University.

Natalia is photo obsessive — and a big fan of the em dash. You can find some of her work on,,,,,, and El Diario/La Prensa NY.



  • reporting
  • sleuthing
  • content curation
  • web analytics
  • social media
  • photo journalism
  • digital media
  • editing
  • news writing