Brooklynn LiCastro


Brooklynn LiCastro joined KOSU as an intern in June 2019.

Brooklynn graduated from Yukon High School in 2018 and is currently studying Political Science with a minor in Ethics in Society at Stanford University. Brooklynn is a lifelong listener of KOSU and maintains her KOSU roots in California with the NPR One app.

At Stanford, Brooklynn works to promote socio-economic equality in higher education as a core member of the First Generation Low-income Partnership, helps integrate freshmen teaching a class called Frosh 101, and fosters a campus culture of service as a Service Scholar.

In her free time, Brooklynn likes to hike in the Wichita Mountains, karaoke ‘90s music, and drink copious amounts of tea.

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