Rashi 

Shrivastava

Multimedia Storyteller

About Me

Rashi's journey began with writing poetry. Her passion for writing soon brought her to the world's first journalism school at the University of Missouri. She got her bachelor's degree in investigative convergence journalism. She's now pursuing a master's degree in magazine journalism. Middle schooled in Australia, high schooled and brought up in India and now pursuing her college degree in America, she has a global and diverse background.  She has worked on stories ranging from urban food insecurity to how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected different industries. She is a contributing writer for Vox Magazine in Columbia and has worked on stories about the impact of the pandemic on dancers, and the declining turkey population in Missouri. During undergrad, she interned with Startland News, writing feature stories about startups and entrepreneurship in Kansas City. She was an editorial fellow for the Kauffman Foundation.  She worked as a business reporter for two years for Missouri Business Alert. She has a keen interest in covering people-focused entrepreneurship stories. Rashi dabbles in video, audio, and photo production and editing to complement her in-depth written storytelling.  She was also a writing tutor for the MU Writing Center and a Lifeworks Dance Instructor at MizzouRec. She is a graduate teaching assistant  for business journalism courses. 

 

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Food delivery giants are eating up restaurant profits
An investigative piece published in Startland News about how high third party delivery costs are running small independently owned restaurants out of business and how some startups are changing the narrative in Kansas City. 
How Uber is disrupting transportation around the globe 
St. Louis Post Dispatch published an in-depth feature story about how Uber is transforming travel lifestyles in Missouri and in India. This was an international project where we interviewed Uber drivers and customers in Kolkata, India and Columbia, Missouri. 
In neighborhoods where fresh food is scarce, urban farmers grow their own
This is a story that is close to my heart. I had spent a week reporting about how urban residents in Missouri use urban agriculture to fight food insecurity. I got the chance to tell the story of low-income residents in St. Louis who have lived in "food deserts" and used community gardening to feed themselves, 
 
 

© 2019 by Rashi Shrivastava.

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