Lilian Jochmann

Lilian Jochmann is from Wisconsin and was born in 2003.

  • Lilian participates in Girls Who Code, an organization that teaches computing skills to young girls.
  • Her favorite book is The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen.
  • Lilian is fluent in Portuguese.

“Whether I'm reading, listening, writing, or acting them out, stories are magical to me.”

Lilian Jochmann

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Country music star Tim McGraw performing in 2015 in Austin, Texas. McGraw has won three Grammy Awards for his music, among many other honors.

Stay Humble and Kind

Lilian Jochmann

May 6th, 2016

Country music star Tim McGraw has a simple message for kids.

Stay Humble and Kind — Video

Lilian Jochmann

May 3rd, 2016

Our Kid Reporter talks with country music star Tim McGraw about his hit song “Humble and Kind,” and his message for young people.
Lilian with fellow coder Naisha Bepar (left) at Marquette University

Girls Who Code

Lilian Jochmann

April 13th, 2016

Girls across the country are learning a new “language.”

Wisconsin Voters Have Their Say — Video

Lilian Jochmann

April 5th, 2016

Our Kid Reporter talks about the candidates and the issues with Glendale voters.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton greet the crowd at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Sanders and Clinton are vying for the Democratic nomination for president.

The Candidates Face Off Before the Next Elections

Lilian Jochmann

February 18th, 2016

Our Kid Reporters covered the recent Democratic and Republican debates.

A Conversation With NBC Nightly News Anchor Lester Holt — Video

Lilian Jochmann

February 5th, 2016

Our Kid Reporter gets tips on covering the presidential race.

The Iowa Caucus

Lilian Jochmann

February 4th, 2016

A kid’s view of the presidential campaign
Lilian watches votes being counted at a Republican caucus at Urbandale High School in Iowa.

A Kid at a Caucus

Lilian Jochmann

February 2nd, 2016

What exactly is a caucus? Our Kid Reporter found out.

The artificial “hand” that designer Frankie Flood and his team created with a 3-D printer enables 10-year-old Shea Stollenwerk to perform everyday tasks more easily.

A Helping 3-D Hand

Lilian Jochmann

January 8th, 2016

A little girl gets a life-changing gift.

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