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Kuba Shand-Baptiste is a British journalist. She is a Commissioning Editor on The Independent's Voices desk and is responsible for overseeing content related to politics, popular culture, and social justice. She also has her own weekly op-ed column.[2]

Kuba is serves as Chief Sub-Editor for gal-dem, a publication run by women and non-binary people of color.[2] [7]


Early Life & Education

Kuba Shand-Baptiste attended Queens Park Community School. Subsequently, she completed two years at Richmond upon Thames College. Afterwards she received her Bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature (with first-degree honors) at University of Kent. She later earned a Master's degree in Newspaper Journalism from City, University London.[6]

While studying at the University of Kent, she worked alongside journalist and curator Hannah Pool, as well as British Academy of Film and Television Arts award nominee Paulette Randall to source talent and material for the Southbank Centre showcase 'Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' exhibition.[6] She also wrote articles for Inquire Media Group's news site and newspaper.[6]

Career

Early Beginnings

Kuba Shand-Baptiste also gained work experience The Guardian, writing articles for their children's books site. During this time, she also interviewed a British Book Award winner.[8]

In addition, she contributed to the Wimbledon Guardian and wrote several 'News' and 'Property' pieces for the Camden New Journal.[6]

In December 2015, Shand-Baptiste wrote articles for BBC. She contributed to BBC News Education Online and assisted producers with segments for BBC News, BBC Breakfast & Radio 4.[6]

The Independent

In July 2018, Shand-Baptiste became a Commissioning Editor for The Independent's Voices desk.[6]

Personal Life

Shand-Baptiste is a friend of Beyoncé; she has written multiple op-ed pieces about the artist.[10] [13]

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