Welcome to the personal website of Roman Gressier, an interpreter, translator, and independent journalist.

Roman focuses his journalism on the U.S. immigration system, Central America, and Mexico. As an experienced translator and interpreter of Spanish and French, his work has appeared in El Faro English and Documented NY. He has also translated for the Center for Media, Crime, and Justice.

In tandem with this work, Roman is currently pursuing an M.A. in Journalism in the Spanish-language program at CUNY's Newmark Graduate School of Journalism. Prior to attending, he contributed to The Crime Report, a digital NY-based publication covering criminal justice and related issues.

As an undergraduate at CUNY's John Jay College, he worked as an applied research fellow with the Vera Institute of Justice, with a focus on policing policy in the United States. At Vera, he contributed to the first four volumes of the Emerging Issues in American Policing Digest and contributed to research on the relationship between Spanish-speaking communities and the local police.

Roman is reachable on Twitter and over email at