Heather Brady is a writer and digital producer for National Geographic, where she covers culture and exploration with a dash of science and environmental reporting thrown in. She has written about issues ranging from disputed national borders and Rohingya refugees to pollution found in the Mariana Trench and the key impacts of pipeline projects in the U.S.
Heather has a master’s degree in journalism from Georgetown University, where she focused on digital, data, and multimedia reporting projects. Her work has been featured by Slate, U.S. News and World Report, and NPR, among others.
In her spare time, Heather is an avid reader and adventurous traveler, and her passion for partner dance has taken her around the world.