Sydney Schaefer

Sydney Schaefer


Sydney Schaefer is a staff reporter at SurvivorNet in New York City. She was previously the assistant managing editor at the Watertown Daily Times in Watertown, New York. She was previously a staff photographer at the newspaper — her first job after graduating from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in May 2018.

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