Saturday, January 23, 2021

Trey Poche'

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Trey is a Baton Rouge native who was led to media & politics because of a deep love for the people, culture, and environment of Louisiana—where his extended family has called home for centuries. After traveling widely while attending school at Saint Louis University, Trey had a realization that Louisiana faces unparalleled existential threats and that experiencing greener pastures elsewhere could never fill the void left at home. Trey has worked with Spaceship Media, a Bay Area journalism group combatting polarization through civic-dialogue, and takes seriously the ethical questions surrounding how we use media and how media uses us. In his free-time he enjoys cycling, voraciously consuming podcasts & non-fiction, and spending time with his dog—Jürgen.

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