Udeitha Srimushnam originally came to graduate school seeking to create impactful communication advocacy work and that same motivation still drives her today. Graduating in 2013 with a master’s degree from the Communication Management program, Srimushnam cites mentorship by Rebecca Weintraub, the program’s director and clinical professor of communication, as having a transformative effect on her career path
Jonathan Abrams reports about sports culture through a critical lens, weaving activism, politics and entertainment into his storytelling.
For Daniel Heimpel, the direction for his career came from a most unusual place: coaching lacrosse to inner-city high school students.
Handling the complicated logistics behind NFL game broadcasts is all in a day’s work for USC Annenberg alumnus Jacob Ullman.
Maria Rodriguez’s video thesis secured her more than just a master’s degree. It landed her a job.
Leigh Lehman’s journey towards public relations was one of chance. “Honestly, I fell into it,” she said. After obtaining a job as a PR student worker for a dean on campus during her sophomore year of college, Lehman, who later went on to graduate in 2009 with a master’s in strategic public relations, was responsible for promoting school groups and student services in on-campus publications and local outlets. Thinking back to these opportunities, she wrote, “There was something about telling those interesting stories and connecting groups and causes with the needs of students that stuck with me.” This experience was one which steered her towards PR.
USC Annenberg alumna Jenna Pittaway in Israel. Photo Courtesy of Ashley Velez Five years ago, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas told the public he was an undocumented immigrant.
“He was at the height of his career, but he felt like he had to speak out about his status,” according to USC Annenberg alumna...
USC Annenberg alumna and vice president of Havas Street, Adrienne Cadena, was recently named one of PRWeek’s “40 under 40."