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Wendy Sawatzky

Associate Editor Digital News

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A nerd from way back, Wendy Sawatzky brings twin passions for writing and technology to her work at the Free Press.

Wendy joined the paper in 2008, following a seven-year stint on CBC's website. 

She has also worked as a radio reporter and copy editor in Canada, a travel writer in Europe and as a trainer for Journalists for Human Rights in West Africa.  In 2011 she travelled to Guyana as a Commonwealth observer during the country's national election.

A born-and-bred Manitoban, Wendy has degrees from the University of Winnipeg and University of King's College.

When her hands aren't tap-tapping away at a keyboard, they're usually snap-snapping away on a camera. Her visual arts work has exhibited locally and internationally.

wendy.sawatzky@freepress.mb.ca

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