Isaac Windes - Reporter 

Isaac Windes is a multimedia journalist based in Southeast Texas covering education and mental health issues for the Beaumont Enterprise, a Hearst Newspaper.

Most recently he was the Arizona Republic/ News21 Don Bolles fellow for Investigative Journalism - where  he reported on the impact of natural disasters on smaller communities, and helped produce three episodes of a mini-series called the State Of Emergency. 

He has experience working for a variety of magazines, newspapers and TV stations from Tucson and Phoenix, to Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles. 

He also studied and reported abroad with the Jerusalem Press Club in Israel and the West Bank, London with Cronkite news, and Greece with the Julie Anne Wrigley School of Sustainability throughout his tenure at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, where he graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism.  

Isaac's interests include extremist ideologies and how they are swaying the political discourse, water policy and its growing importance in the Western U.S., and discipline problems that pervade in schools across the country.