Coleen Jose is a Filipino-American multimedia journalist and documentary photographer reporting a series on climate change and a U.S. nuclear legacy in the Marshall Islands for the GroundTruth Project, in partnership with GlobalPost, Süddeutsche Zeitung and the Society of Environmental Journalists. She writes and shoots for publications in the U.S. and Philippines. In 2014, she reported on foreign affairs for Mic News in New York and traveled across the Philippines to report a multimedia series on youth unemployment for the GroundTruth Project. She also covered the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan and armed conflict in the southern Philippines. She graduated from Davidson College in 2012 where she studied history and Asian Studies. In 2013, Coleen received a masters degree in digital media from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism with a focus on photojournalism and international news.