Naomi Prioleau

Greensboro Reporter

Naomi Prioleau
Credit Elizabeth Baier / WUNC

Naomi Prioleau joined WUNC in January 2017 as the station's Greensboro Bureau reporter.

She moved from Tampa, Florida where she worked at NPR station WUSF 89.7 News covering everything from eight-hour long transportation meetings to Afro-Latinas struggling to identify themselves.

She began her journalism career as a teen reporter at the Kansas City Star. Her work has been published in The Tampa Tribune, the Florida Courier, the online magazine for the National Association of Black Journalists and the Marshall News Messenger in Texas.

When she’s not reporting, Naomi spends her time cooking delicious vegan food, traveling, working out or reading.

refugees standing
Naomi Prioleau / WUNC

Refugees in the Triad area had questions and concerns about the Trump administration’s executive orders that could ban them or deport them from the country.

Charles French garbage truck
Naomi Prioleau / WUNC

It hasn’t been an easy sell for Charles French to convince his fellow colleagues in the Greensboro Sanitation Department to join the city’s first union.

Winston-Salem logo
City of Winston-Salem / www.cityofws.org

The Winston-Salem Poverty Thought Force delivered a 60-page report to the city council and Mayor Allen Joines on how to reduce the poverty level in Winston-Salem.

The report included 56 recommendations.

Greensboro Chief Information Officer Jane Nickles
smartcitiesconnect.com

The city of Greensboro was the only city in North Carolina selected to participate in the National Smart City Program.

The city of High Point is looking at the cost of a project that will improve a stretch of road from Greensboro and Jamestown to northern Davidson County.

Volunteers at International Civil Rights Center & Museum telethon
Naomi Prioleau / WUNC

For 12 hours in the lobby of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum in Greensboro on Wednesday, volunteers took the phone calls of supporters wanting to donate money.