Jaena Rae Cabrera

Web Producer

"Jay-nuh" is a web producer at The Center for Investigative Reporting in Berkeley, CA, managing editor for Geek Peeks, and a page designer for the SF Public Press. She also moonlights as a volunteer for various activities at the San Francisco Public Library.

Jaena holds a master's degree in Library and Information Science and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Digital Libraries from Syracuse University's School of Information Studies in Syracuse, NY. She earned her BA in journalism from SF State University.

Jaena wears many hats, dabbling in web development/design, print design, editing, writing, reporting, video and photography. She is an avid reader and a lover of Batman.


The Center for Investigative Reporting

Rehab Racket
Web production for "Rehab Racket," an investigation that exposed fraud in California's taxpayer-funded drug and alcohol counseling program.
Rape in the Fields
Web production for "Rape in the Fields," an investigation into the high price migrant women pay to put food on their families' tables.
America's Worst Charities
Web production for "America's Worst Charities," a close look at how America's 50 worst charities spend their donations.
Government secrecy orders on patents keep lid on inventions
Photo illustration and chart by Jaena Rae Cabrera
Silicon Valley firms shelter assets overseas, slash U.S. tax bill
Graphic illustration by Jaena Rae Cabrera


Glass: A New Spin on Sharing
Mozilla Teaches the Ways of the Web

Renaissance Journalism Center

rjcLAB10: Jacob Colker from The Extraordinaries
rjcLAB10: Social Media 101 with Marc Smolowitz
rjcLAB10: Hispanics in Philanthropy Interns Sound Off
RJC: Whitney Wilcox
Michael Chihak
ZeroDivide: Laura Efurd
RJC: Jon Funabiki
BAVC: Jennifer Gilomen
Bay Area Video Coalition
Nichi Bei Foundation: Kenji Taguma
Nichi Bei Weekly
Oakland Local: Amy Gahran
Oakland Local


Panoramas for iPhone
360 Panorama for iPhone

The She Change, Women's Funding Network

Progress or Regress?
The Women of Twitter: Entrepreneurs or Cheerleaders?
How Do We Change Our "Culture of Sexual Assault"?

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