Priscila Mosqueda is a freelance writer and investigative reporter based in Austin, Texas. She covers energy and the environment, immigration and labor and social justice issues in the state, as well as Mexico and the border. Priscila is a contributing writer at the Texas Observer, the state’s longest-running and most prestigious investigative magazine.
Priscila grew up in San Antonio before moving to Austin to attend the University of Texas. Upon graduating, she began her career as a freelance reporter. Her work has appeared in VICE, Al Jazeera America, InsideClimate News, The Center for Public Integrity, The Guardian, and the Columbia Journalism Review among others. She is part of the organizing committee for Austin’s journalism club, Deadliners.
Longform writing and investigative projects are of particular interest to Priscila, who is fluent in both English and Spanish. Browse Priscila’s articles on the “clips” page, or view by category by selecting a topic on the left-hand navigation bar. Connect with Priscila via Twitter or LinkedIn, or fill out the form on the contact page.