Julian E.J. Sorapuru is the inaugural Development Fellow at The Boston Globe, where he has worked since 2022. As a fellow, Julian rotates onto different teams within the paper every few months. He has worked on the education beat, the business section, the Innovation Team, Globe Magazine, and the sports desk while covering stories ranging from alternative teaching practices in Boston Public Schools to real estate development in Nubian Square, to youth sports in Massachusetts. Prior to joining the Globe, he interned at KQED where he covered arts & culture in the Bay Area, POLITICO where he reported from Capitol Hill on transportation policy in Congress as President Biden’s infrastructure bill passed, and The Times-Picayune where he covered city government and politics in his hometown of New Orleans. Julian attended the University of San Francisco as an undergraduate, where he was the first and only Black male Editor-in-Chief in the history of USF's student newspaper, the San Francisco Foghorn.