Natalia Galicza is a South Florida native and journalist whose passion is narrative nonfiction writing. She graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor's in journalism and a specialization in magazine and feature writing.
While at UF, Galicza led Atrium magazine through its first year as its founding executive editor. Atrium is UF's first student-led narrative nonfiction magazine, which aims to share deeply reported and artfully told stories about the Sunshine State.
She interned for the Bitter Southerner and the Miami New Times as an undergraduate student and has since written for Flamingo magazine, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, and the Miami Herald.
She has also reported award-winning, long-form stories for WUFT News, an NPR affiliate newsroom in Gainesville, Florida, and Fresh Take Florida, a statewide news service through WUFT News.