Sena Christian, Project Manager

Sena is the project manager of Solving Sacramento. Previously, she was the editor of Comstock’s, a business magazine that covers California’s Capital Region. She has been a reporter at two community newspapers, and a writer at an alternative newsweekly. She has a passion for reporting on agriculture, conservation, land management and equity in the American West. Her writing has appeared in Newsweek, The Guardian, High Country News, YES! Magazine, Ensia, Civil Eats, Sacramento Magazine and elsewhere.

A native Sacramentan, Sena is a proud alum of the community college system, and earned a bachelor’s degree from University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s degree from University of Oregon. Sena is a former Ted Scripps Fellow in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado Boulder. She now teaches at Sacramento City College.

Katerina Graziosi, Project Editor

Katerina is the project editor for Solving Sacramento. Having graduated from California State University, Sacramento, with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in sociology, she is passionate about storytelling, social and environmental justice, progressive politics and the arts. Previously, she worked independently reporting on business, technology, real estate, DE&I, philanthropy, arts and nonprofit sectors in the greater Sacramento region. Her work appears in The State Hornet, the Sacramento Business Journal, Sacramento News & Review, the Sacramento Observer and Epiphany Magazine.

Katerina is a proud first-generation U.S. citizen and college graduate, and has been living in the City of Trees for the past 15 years.