Francesca Segrè is a multi-media journalist who's spent the past two decades telling life stories on TV, the radio and in text. She's reported for The New York Times, Reuters and public radio stations. She currently contributes to KQED where she focuses on stories of immigration, housing and education.
Her novel Daughter of the Bride (Berkley Books, 2006) was optioned multiple times for a movie. She contributed to the Los Angeles Times best-selling anthology, The Modern Jewish Girls Guide to Guilt (Penguin, 2005.)
She currently lives in Silicon Valley and loves to talk about family, education and equity.
Francesca Segrè's Latest Posts
Mobile-home dwellers, mostly Latino and low income, would likely be forced to leave town if land is sold.
Tea party group rallies outside high school at center of controversy over 2010 Cinco de Mayo incident.
There must be a way to reuse some of our household water without spending a small fortune.