Saahil Malik is a radio and print journalist, who has a background in social media. He graduated from UC Irvine with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and is currently working on obtaining his Master’s in Communication from West Virginia University.
Most recently he has worked for Snapchat as a content curator and was a Chargers beat writer for LAFB. Malik is a first-generation Indian-American who has seen the power of connecting in communities through sports, and emphatically believes in their power to bring people together for the greater good. A staunch advocate for the necessity and importance of local journalism, Malik is looking forward to serving the West Los Angeles community. His community.
Westside Voice brings the neighborhoods and cities of West Los Angeles together. By providing clarity and relevance to issues that affect us all we can create a more cohesive, interdependent sub-region of Greater Los Angeles. A development decision in Beverly Hills can very much affect traffic to and from Santa Monica. A crime spree that started in West Hollywood may very well stretch into Palms/Mar Vista. A street widening project in Inglewood may very well affect game day traffic coming from Venice. We will connect these dots and share both our own and guest’s opinions on topics affecting us as Westsiders, Californians, and Americans.