The informant is an investigative journalist and filmmaker who focuses on healthcare and medical services, health, care, and the economy.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, she talked about her work, the importance of healthcare, and why she is passionate about uncovering stories of corruption in the US.
What is the first movie that you ever made?
I was born and raised in the Bronx, New York, in the ’80s, and grew up in Brooklyn, New Jersey, where I graduated high school in 1994.
I was a huge nerd, always reading about the internet, and I was always fascinated by computers, and then the internet itself.
I started making movies when I was like 12 years old, and after I graduated from college in 1999, I went to work in the entertainment industry.
I did all sorts of work, from commercials and movies, to music videos and commercials, and just doing commercials and music videos, all the way to writing a screenplay for a musical.
So, I spent almost eight years working in entertainment.
After that, I got my first job at ABC News.
I worked there from 2002 to 2007, and my first two years were on the front line of covering the health care crisis.
I had an assignment that was kind of the equivalent of covering a nuclear accident, the Chernobyl accident.
I went from covering the Fukushima nuclear plant to covering the outbreak of the pandemic.
And, it was a great job, and it gave me a great opportunity to really learn about the healthcare system, because the public is not very familiar with it, and there’s a lot of misinformation about it, so it was really helpful for me to have people understand that healthcare is a public health issue, and that it has a lot to do with the economy, with the environment, and also with the political system.
You started out covering healthcare, but you moved on to more diverse issues like the environment and the environment politics.
What changed your perspective on healthcare, health care, politics?
The whole healthcare crisis was really about two things.
One, the government was failing to address the underlying problem of overcharging for health care services.
And then there was the fact that there was a lot more money being spent on private health insurance, on corporate health insurance.
The government’s failure to provide adequate healthcare was a major factor in the financial crisis.
The second thing was the political climate.
And the politics of health care and health care politics have always been very intertwined, because healthcare is really a public good, and health is a universal good.
When people have health insurance that covers a whole lot of things, they’re able to take care of themselves, and they’re not having to worry about their health insurance rates being increased, because they’re covered by their employer.
So the people who have private insurance are the people with a lot in common with the people in the private sector, who have higher health care costs.
So, it’s been a huge political challenge, because there were a lot issues that were tied up in healthcare, especially the issue of the environment.
I really focused on the environment for a lot, because, I think the environment is one of the big issues that affects a lot people.
And I think it’s very important to talk about that.
But also, because it’s a public service, I also worked in the public health field, and as a health reporter, I have to ask the questions about what’s happening in the environment that’s affecting people, and what needs to be done to help mitigate these problems.
The whole thing was really complicated.
But, the fact is, I did a lot on the issue, because I was passionate about it.
I also was fascinated by the issue that was really behind the outbreak in California, and so I wrote a book about that, called The Unauthorized Biomechanics of Food, which deals with the issue around whether or not the food we eat is making us sick, and whether or NOT food is the cause of our illnesses.
I also did a series on climate change, which I did for a couple of years, and was a guest on many shows, and interviewed a lot.
So I’m always interested in climate change.
What is it that’s driving the global climate crisis?
It’s not just that there’s more greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, it is that there is a global system, and people are living in these cities and in these suburbs, and eating food in their own homes, and not necessarily in a place where it is safe to do so.
So what does the climate crisis mean for you personally?
I mean, it affects people who work in government and in health care.
So that’s what I’m interested in.
And it’s really a big issue in the United States.
So in terms of my own work, I do a lot that’s connected to climate change issues.
I’ve been writing about climate change for about 20 years.
And in the last