Tasneem Paghdiwala

Tasneem Paghdiwala

Tasneem Raja is Mother Jones's Digital Interactive Editor. She specializes in web app production, interactive graphics, and user interface design. Before crossing over to "the dark side," she was a features reporter and copy editor at the Chicago Reader from 2005 to 2008 (where she published as Tasneem Paghdiwala) and wrote about eight-year-old cinephiles, vanishing sects, and a shocking dog trainer.

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