Tarkor is a Liberian American Journalist with a decade of experience in media, working in TV, print and radio. A Twin Cities native, she graduated from the University of St. Thomas, where she majored in Communications and Journalism. She then went on to intern for the NBC affiliate, KARE-TV and later worked as a Multimedia journalist at North Metro TV, where she wrote, shot, edited and anchored news. After a short detour in education, she found her way back to journalism, freelancing for Public Radio International on race and immigration issues. This past year, she completed a year long fellowship with Minnesota Public Radio, where she worked as a reporter, produced All Things Considered and other talk shows. Most recently, she completed a freelance stint at the Washington Post and provided protest coverage after the killing of George Floyd. When she's not working, you can catch her being the world's coolest auntie.