About Julianne


Julianne is a reporter for Community News Group’s Brooklyn Paper and its Courier Life publications, including the Bay News and Mill Marine Courier, where she covers breaking news, crime, entertainment, and beat reporting. She covers many of the neighborhoods in Southern Brooklyn still recovering from Hurricane Sandy in 2012, and has reported extensively on the city’s federally funded storm recovery program, Build it Back. Julianne also writes a weekly political column, Party Line.

Before joining Community News Group, Julianne was an intern for Times Beacon Record Newspapers, where she did general reporting on the North Shore of Long Island, and a Digital/Editorial intern for Westchester Magazine.  She was an intern for CBS News in the investigative unit and a health reporting intern for HealthDay. While at CBS, she assisted producers with research for stories that aired on the Evening News and CBS This Morning. She also freelanced columns geared towards millennials for The Journal News. 

Julianne graduated with her master of science degree in journalism with a specialization in health, science, and environmental reporting from Stony Brook University’s School of Journalism in December 2015. In May 2014, Julianne graduated from Binghamton University with a bachelor’s degree in Chinese studies and a minor in history. While at Binghamton, she was an opinion columnist for Binghamton’s student-run paper, Pipe Dream. She was also a tutor for Binghamton’s writing center, a cellist for the string orchestra, a member of the women’s club lacrosse team, and a two-time intramural champion in soccer and basketball. Julianne’s interests include politics, health and science, traveling, and her parrot, Puka.

Contact her at juliannecuba@gmail.com, (914) 391-4550.

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