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Seeing ME in the MEdia Executive-in-Residence Melissa Finney shares her career journey
Since 2019, USC Annenberg’s Seeing ME in the MEdia program has combined mentorship and engagement with alumni and industry leaders to support and empower our first-generation and BIPOC students along their academic journeys.
New skills-building program prepares professionals to collaborate with, manage and lead diverse teams
Emily Chae is among the first master’s students in the Managing Complexity in Diverse Organizations (MCDO) program, a new online professional skills-building program at USC Annenberg.
Waylon Cunningham selected as the inaugural Sir Harry Evans Global Fellow in Investigative Journalism
Texas-based journalist and USC Annenberg alumnus Waylon Cunningham has been selected as the inaugural Sir Harry Evans Global Fellow in Investigative Journalism.
With a heart for local news, Cater Lee shares how finding your specialization can make a difference in the community and beyond
USC Annenberg’s specialized journalism program, however, completely reshaped how Cater Lee saw journalism.
Christine Alabastro designs her future
Since joining TikTok in 2019, Alabastro continues to find rewards in working with spokespeople to find and sharpen their authentic voice.
Rachel Scott charges USC Annenberg grads to look beyond obstacles and find opportunity
With a career trajectory at ABC News from production associate to White House correspondent within only four years, many would assume that Rachel Scott’s rise to the top ranks of journalism is an unalloyed success story.