Izzie Ramirez is the deputy editor of Future Perfect, Vox’s section on the myriad challenges and efforts in making the world a better place. She oversees the Future Perfect fellowship program, where she helps develop the next generation of thoughtful reporters. When she does write, she gravitates toward issues of bureaucracy, climate, food, and culture. Previously, Izzie has written freelance for Vice, Bitch Media, Gothamist, and more. She earned her BA in journalism and global liberal studies from New York University, and her MA in science journalism from Columbia. You can follow her on Twitter at .
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