Vivian Ho

Links: Twitter | Personal website | (Current as of: April 3, 2020)

Vivian Ho is a staff writer for the Guardian. During her career as a journalist, she has reported on everything from murder, police shootings, race, corruption, homeless street kid justice, human trafficking, domestic violence, gangs, sexual assault in the military and natural disasters. Originally from New England, Vivian wrote for the Boston Globeand the Worcester Telegram and Gazette before moving to California in 2011.

She believes in taking deep dives into stories that have been overlooked or forgotten and finding how something small could actually have a large effect on the bigger picture. She is passionate about providing voices for those who have gone unheard, and exploring complicated topics for their shades of gray rather than a black and white.

Vivian holds a degree in journalism from Boston University, and currently lives in San Francisco with her very patient fianc√© who knows to get the hell out of the way when she is chasing a story. She will pet your dog if you’ll let her, and will try to steal it if you don’t stop her..


News Story

‘This is about survival’: California tenants plan rent strikes as Covid-19 relief falls short

Sam Levin, Vivian Ho
March 31, 2020

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