Wall Street Journal staffer Aisha al-Muslim has joined the paper’s audio and podcast team as a development producer.
She previously was part of the talent and recruiting team and had overseen the interns.
She previously had been a reporter on the WSJ Pro Bankruptcy team, and she previously was a spot news reporter on the real-time news desk. Before joining the Journal in 2017, Aisha was a business reporter and town reporter at Newsday, where she was a 2014 Pulitzer Prize finalist for a series on police misconduct. She previously served as editor of the Spanish-language community newspaper, El Correo de Queens, and was a reporter for its sister newspaper, the Queens Courier.
She holds a master’s degree in journalism with a concentration in urban studies from CUNY and completed her undergraduate degree at Lehman College, where she majored in multilingual journalism and minored in Italian and Black studies.