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Elizabeth Estrada is a Cuban American reporter and producer dedicated to sharing feel-good stories about everyday people in Philadelphia through her weekly segment, Feel Good Friday.
As PlanPhilly’s engagement editor, she amplifies reporting about the issues that shape how we live, work and play in Philadelphia. Elizabeth also curates op-eds and essays that highlight new ideas and radical solutions from communities across on PlanPhilly’s Eyes on the Street section and produces events that explore our city’s urban systems.
Originally from Queens, New York, she now lives in South Philadelphia. Follow her on Twitter @theElizabethEst and email her at email@example.com.
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