Gwendolyn Wu, a reporter covering health care and the pandemic at the Houston Chronicle, will be leaving her post next week.
Before that, she wrote the Chronicle’s “Houston How To” section, which covered smart life hacks and guides for navigating the city.
She has covered crime, courts and breaking news for the metro desk at the San Francisco Chronicle and SFGATE. She has also assisted on the business and investigative desks. She interned at the Santa Barbara Independent and San Francisco Magazine.
She has also worked as a staff writer, campus beat reporter, executive content editor and editor-in-chief at The Bottom Line Newspaper.
Wu is a graduate of University of California at Santa Barbara.