Andrea Bautista

Andrea Bautista

Report LA Fellow

Andrea Bautista is a KCRW Report LA Fellow for 2022-2023. She graduated from Cal State Northridge with a major in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish Language Journalism. She first came to KCRW in 2015 as a volunteer helping out at events and as a production assistant.

In 2017, she joined the Social Media team at KCRW. 5 years and one pandemic later, she took time off before deciding to try a career change. As a lifelong Angeleno and proud Oaxacan-American, she's excited to report on the stories and people of LA. 

Andrea Bautista on KCRW

Donate today to pass the mic to diverse communities so we can see more faces like mine in the newsroom.

Support KCRW’s Spring Pledge Drive to celebrate diverse voices

Donate today to pass the mic to diverse communities so we can see more faces like mine in the newsroom.

from Members

The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection is back in LA. “What we do is about illuminating a fuller scope of Blackness and humanity at large,” says the chief curator.

Black history via art: SoFi Stadium displays Kinsey Collection

The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection is back in LA. “What we do is about illuminating a fuller scope of Blackness and humanity at large,” says the chief curator.

from Greater LA

LA county’s public health director says while people like complaining about getting another booster, it’s quick and comes with zero to mild side effects.

Masks may have come off, but COVID subvariant still spreads

LA county’s public health director says while people like complaining about getting another booster, it’s quick and comes with zero to mild side effects.

from Greater LA

More from KCRW

Ketamine clinics are popping up all over Los Angeles offering to treat depression, anxiety, and other ailments. But are their claims legitimate?

from Greater LA

From private yards to public parks, gardeners and landscape designers are trying to “rewild” the land with native plants and creatures, and restore the web of life.

from Greater LA

SoCal Congressman Adam Schiff says he’s returned from Ukraine with a deeper understanding of the unfolding humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country.

from KCRW Features

Abortions were considered common in the 19th century. How did the medical procedure become so politicized today?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

People over 85 are the fastest growing age group in California, according to state analyses. Commentator Joe Mathews says that makes Sen. Dianne Feinstein indispensable.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Writer and lecturer Susan Cain explores the evolutionary reasons behind sadness in our lives and how accepting sorrow can lead to greater emotional resilience and creativity.

from Life Examined

Author and journalist Johann Hari on the forces that are stealing our attention and focus, and what we can do individually and collectively to regain our minds.

from Life Examined

Cameras, sensors, and palm-scanning technology — it’s not science fiction. It’s the new, cashierless Whole Foods in Sherman Oaks.

from Greater LA

For hundreds of years, doctors and scientists have grappled with understanding schizophrenia.

from Life Examined