Tara Kaveh is a first generation Iranian-American reporter, copywriter, and marketing specialist.
She was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a bachelors degree in journalism, a concentration in marketing, and a minor in ethnic studies. She currently lives in sunny San Diego where she remains close to her love, the ocean.
As a reporter and editor, she has covered a wide range of topics with a focus on culture, health, and human rights. She is also a skilled copywriter, graphic designer, and marketing manager. She has a background working for large corporations such as Cal Poly Corporation to NGOs like Amnesty International USA. She has managing a variety of brands for local businesses as well.
Growing up between two constantly clashing worlds, her work is driven by a deep passion for uncovering the similarities and differences in the nuances that make us all so intricately unique yet simply human.
Her inspiration stems from a love for contemporary and classical poets, novelists, and writers alike; from the clarity and humor of Joan Didion, to the mysticism of Rumi, to the raw authenticity of Anthony Bourdain. Through her work, she strives to uncover and bring awareness to often overlooked and marginalized issues both locally and around the globe.