Riya Anandwala, MA’10, is director of industry communications at the Washington, D.C.-based Consumer Technology Association. Previously, she served as a media relations officer for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine and as senior communications manager at the National Alliance of Public Charter Schools, also in Washington, D.C. (January 2019)

Cory Barker, BAJ’10, PhD’18, is an assistant professor of communication at Bradley University, where he teaches classes on journalism and new media. His research focuses on the intersections between "old" and "new" media, and he is author of, The Age of Netflix: Critical Essays on Streaming Media, Digital Delivery, and Instant Access (McFarland, 2017). As a journalist, his work as appeared in “The A.V. Club”, “Complex”, “TV Guide”, and “Vox”. (January 2019)

Alycin Bektesh, MA’10, is a reporter for the Aspen Daily News, where she is launching a new podcast. Formerly, she served as news director for Aspen Public Radio. Last year, she received a regional Edward R. Murrow award from the Radio Television Digital News Association. (June 2019)

James Brosher, BAJ’10, is a multimedia producer for IU Communications. He was previously a staff photographer at the South Bend Tribune from 2012 to 2014. In March, he received a Remote Pilot Certificate from the FAA, allowing him to fly drones for Indiana University. (April 2017)

Lauren Clason, BAJ’10, is a reporter at CQ Roll Call, a Washington, D.C.-based news outlet covering elections and the politics of legislation. Clason was previously a health care reporter for the Hill Extra. (August 2017)

Natalie (Avon) Dollinger, BAJ’10, MBA’13, is product marketing manager at Facebook in New York City. Previously, she was director of product marketing at Bluecore. (February 2018)

Andy East, BA’10, covers the business, health care and general assignment beats for The Republic in Columbus, Indiana. He was most recently a reporter for Finance Colombia in Bogota, Colombia, and has also worked for the Texas Tribune as an investigative reporting fellow, and as a reporter for The Austin American-Statesman, PolitiFact Texas and the Dallas Morning News. East is a Columbus native and has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Texas in Austin. (March 2019)

Lindsay Goldenhorn, BAJ’10, is a national digital sales specialist for Philadelphia Media Network, which houses philly.com, Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News. Previously, Goldenhorn worked as a digital sales manager at Realtime Media, also in Philadelphia. (April 2017)

Ashlee Green, BAJ’10, is project manager at the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Previously, Green was program assistant at the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission. (October 2017)

Kari Hodes, BAJ’10, has been named to the 2018 Folio:100 list. Hodes is vice president of digital content at Trusted Media Brands, formerly known as the Reader’s Digest Association. Prior to joining TMB, Hodes was the executive director of audience development and analytics at Time Inc. and Bloomberg’s global head of audience development. She began her career with a variety of editorial and audience development roles at Hearst and The Huffington Post. (December 2018)

EunBee Kim, BAJ’10, is an alumni and Chevening scholarship and fellowship officer at the British Embassy in Seoul. She manages the relationship with UK alumni and Chevening scholars in Korea, working to increase business opportunities and strengthen the relationship between the two nations. Kim previously worked as a media and public affairs officer at the embassy. (September 2016)

YeJin Kim, BAJ’10, is a communication consultant for the World Bank Group in Washington, D.C. She has been in her current position since April 2014. Formerly, she worked for the Institute for Global Work at Boston University as a communications assistant. After graduating from IU, Kim received a master’s degree in international relations and international communication at Boston University. (August 2016)

Paula Kramer, BAJ’10, is Project Director at Aha! Online Qualitative Research Technology in Detroit. Previously, she was a senior research associate at Beacon Research, a qualitative research consulting firm. After marrying in June 2016, Kramer and her husband moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan. (August 2019)

Ali Meyer, BAJ’10, is an administrative manager in business development and marketing for United Capital Evansville. She joined the group in spring 2017, before which she spent four years working in public service, including stints of work in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor and the Indiana Office of Tourism Department. (June 2018)

Anna (Berg) Mailliard, BAJ’10, was promoted to Director of Marketing Communicaitons at Blue Plate Restaurant Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Previously, she was the company's marketing manager. She is a recipient of the Minnesota Advertising Federation’s 32 Under 32 Award. Mailliard was among 32 advertising, public relations and marketing professionals in Minnesota recognized for positive contributions to the advertising and marketing community. (August 2019)

Jeremy Rosenthal, BA’10, and Dave Leno, BAJ’11, were on hand for the Hoosier football at the Pinstripe Bowl in Yankee Stadium on Dec. 26. Leno does play-by-play announcements for ESPN, and Rosenthal is the assistant director of media relations for IU track and field, volleyball and tennis. (January 2016)

Jeremy Rosenthal BS’10, Cert’10 (journalism), is assistant director of media relations for IU. He serves as the primary media relations contact for volleyball, wrestling, women’s tennis, the department of academic services and the Excellence Academy. He is the 2019 recipient of the College Sports Information Directors of America Rising Star Award, which is presented at the annual summer convention. Rosenthal has served on the CoSIDA Goodwill and Wellness Committee as a vice-chair. He has also served as project chair for the CoSIDA/NACDA Charity 5K Run/Walk that raised more than $14,000 for charity. 
Rosenthal is a two-time Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest award winner and earned the 2015 American Volleyball Coaches Association Sports Information Northeast Region honor. 
In addition to his work at IU, Rosenthal has volunteered his time working the Women's Basketball Final Four, U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Track and Field and the PGA Championship. (April 2019)

Joanna Pinker Sokol, BA’10, is the senior manager of CEO communications at Microsoft in Seattle, Wash. Pinker Sokol started her career at Falco Ink in New York City before joining the digital strategy team at Burson-Marsteller. She later served as vice president, global banking and markets marketing at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. (September 2018)

Angela Solomon, BAJ’10, is senior corporate communications manager at Capital One in New York City, a role she has held since 2014. She was previously a senior account executive at Edelman in New York City. (August 2017)

Lauren Suitors, BAJ’10, is assistant director of development at the University of Chicago. She was previously development coordinator at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (October 2017)

Alexi Turbow, BAJ’10, works as a public affairs associate for Friends of Cancer Research, a Washington, D.C.-based cancer research think tank and advocacy organization.  Turbow also is beginning her last year of graduate school at George Washington University, where she is pursuing a master’s degree in global communications.  She looks forward to graduating next spring.  Formerly, she worked for Edelman in Washington, D.C. (August 2016)

Lorin Williams, BAJ’10, will celebrate his 10th year working for Reid Health in May. For the past three years, he has worked in the marketing and communications department as a social media marketing specialist. (March 2019)

Stephanie Foreman Blandford, BAJ’11, has been accepted to IU’s Master of Social Work program. She is a board member of MidWay Music Speaks in Bloomington. (April 2019)

Alex Brown, BAJ’11, joined Heidrick & Struggles as a public relations manager, supporting the firm’s thought leadership and media relations. He previously was a senior account executive in the corporate practice group at FleishmanHillard’s Chicago office. (December 2016)

Amy Burke, BAJ’11, works in communications at the Salvation Army for Wisconsin/Upper Michigan and Milwaukee County. Previously, she was a digital content producer for Today’s TMJ4 (NBC) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and a web producer for the Longview (Texas) News-Journal. (April 2017)

Torrie Cope, MA’11, is a reporter at the Meridian Press, a local weekly newspaper serving Meridian, Idaho. She was previously a business reporter at the Idaho Press-Tribune. (February 2018)

Isabel Dieppa, BA’11, is a Chicago-based freelance journalist. She got her IU degree in theater, but worked for the Indiana Daily Student during her time on campus. She is a contributor to Bust.com and a communications coordinator at the National Immigrant Justice Center. She is one of 21 recipients of the 2018 ProPublica Diversity Scholarship, and will attend a conference sponsored by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists in late July. (June 2018)

Lillian Feldman-Hill, BA’11, is youth engagement coordinator at Temple Emanuel in Kensington, Maryland. She is developing a lab program about using games for social justice and positive change. (December 2016)

Amanda Fruland, BAJ’11, is corporate communications manager at AgReliant Genetics. Prior to starting that position in May 2019, she served as director of communications at Hathaway Strategies. (June 2019)

Kyrie Greenberg, BAJ’11, has been named WFHB News Director. She began her career at WFHB as an intern, coordinating volunteer efforts. (July 2019)

Katherine (Fay) Hall, BAJ’11, recently moved from Chicago to Cleveland, where she started a new position in legal marketing as the legal writer for Ulmer and Berne LLP. She formerly worked as an associate attorney at The Uma Law Group. (August 2018)

Caitlin Johnston, BAJ’11, is a staff writer at the Tampa Bay Times, covering transportation, sexual assault and county politics in Hillsborough County, Florida. On Sundays, Johnston covers the murder and mayhem desk in Tampa. She was previously a reporter for Capital News Service in Annapolis, Maryland. (August 2017)

Zina Kumok, BAJ’11, is a freelance writer specializing in personal finance. She works with her husband, Samuel Leffers, BAJ’11. (August 2016)

Dave Leno, BAJ’11, is a play-by-play announcer in Philadelphia. He hosts and announces for ESPN, USA Field Hockey and the Philadelphia Union. (February 2018)

Brooke Lichtman, BAJ’11, is the public relations and communication coordinator at DePaul University’s Irwin W. Steans Center for Community-Based Service Learning in Chicago. (August 2016)

CJ Lotz, BAJ’11, was recently promoted to Senior Editor at Garden & Gun, a national magazine covering the South from its base in Charleston, South Carolina. Formerly the title's research editor, she will now coordinate travel coverage and continue writing and editing pieces on food, books, gardens and culture for print and digital audiences. (January 2019)

Jason Martin, PhD’11, was promoted to associate professor at DePaul University, where he was honored as Teacher of the Year and was elected chair of the journalism program. Martin is working on the creation of the Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence at DePaul. (August 2016)

Ryan Miller, BAJ’11, has been hired as an assistant coach with the IU women’s tennis team. Miller previously was head coach of men and women’s tennis at Hanover College and had served as a volunteer assistant coach with IU women’s tennis. (January 2017)

Kristina Hunter Mullis, BAJ’11, MS’12, has returned to Bloomington to earn a Ph.D. in the School of Public Health.

Previously, she served as a health promotions manager for the American Lung Association in Pascagoula, Mississippi. She also managed a grant through the Mississippi State Department to program planning and outreach initiatives to all ages in the community and taught online classes in community health at Southern New Hampshire University.

Hunter Mullis formerly worked as a public affairs specialist at the U.S. Naval Base in Yokosuka, Japan. She recently completed the London Marathon. (August 2019)

Ashley Nichols, BAJ’11, has joined Washington, D.C.-based Booz Allen Hamilton as lead associate. Previously, Nichols was a senior associate at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, also in D.C. She has a master’s degree in education from Vanderbilt University. (August 2018)

Loretta Olker, BAJ’11, is an operations associate for Chicago-based software company FourKites Inc. (June 2018)

Elizabeth Pace, BAJ’16, joined Action News Jax of Jacksonville, Florida, as a general assignments reporter. Before moving to Jacksonville, Pace worked as a weekend anchor, producer and multimedia journalist in Lubbock, Texas. (August 2018)

Shabrelle Pollock, BAJ’11, currently serves as Digital and Marketing Services Senior Manager at Altria Group, which is involved in the tobacco, alcohol and cannabis industries. She resides in Richmond, Virginia. (July 2019)

Genevieve Postlethwait, BAJ’11, is a grants writer with the McCracken County Public Schools in Paducah, Kentucky. She was previously the education and features writer at The Paducah Sun(April 2017)

Myriam Sopel, BAJ’11, is an assistant tennis coach at Brigham University in Provo, Utah. She plans to spend the summer in her native France, where she and her brother, Youngstown State University tennis coach Mickael Sopel, will conduct the Odyssey Tennis Academy. (August 2016)

Helen (Russick) Timothy, BAJ’2011, works as a marketing specialist for Colorado-based software company TraceGains. (June 2018)

Qixin Wang, BAJ’11, is a senior editor at ESPN, primarily focusing on NBA coverage for China.

Wang was previously the international news desk producer at CNN’s world headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and prior to that, he covered breaking news for the Associated Press in Madison, Wisconsin. (September 2019)

Sheng Yuan, PhD’11, is author of an article that was published in the September 2015 edition of Chinese Journal of Communication. “An Experimental Investigation of the Influence of Endorser Attractiveness in Video Advertisements” is based on his dissertation research. Yuan teaches advertising courses at City College of Wenzhou University in China. (December 2015)

Jordan Zaslow, BAJ’11, is a director, producer and journalist at LittleThings, a New York City-based production house specializing in lifestyle content for young women. Her video, "What’s Your Biggest Regret?" went viral, garnering more than 28 million views across platforms. Her work has been featured in BuzzFeed, Elite Daily, Huffington Post and Bustle, among others. She appeared on The Today Show and Wall Street Journal Live, discussing her late father’s bestselling book "The Magic Room." (October 2017)

Elizabeth (Biz) Carson, BAJ’12, is a staff writer at Forbes. She was previously a technology reporter at Business Insider. (August 2017)

Courtney Cronin, BAJ’12, is the Minnesota Vikings reporter for NFL Nation at ESPN. She was previously a multimedia sports reporter at the Mercury News in San Jose, California. (December 2017)

Kyle Duggar, BAJ’12, JD’15, is an attorney in the Monroe County Public Defender’s Office. (April 2017)

Margaret Ely, BAJ’12, is senior editor of social and audience development at Bloomberg in New York City. She was previously social media manager at The New Yorker and digital editor at The Washington Post. (February 2018)

Lindsey Erdody, BAJ’12, has been a staff reporter at the Indianapolis Business Journal since 2015. She covers state government, politics and philanthropy in the Indianapolis area. Previously, she was government reporter for the Bloomington Herald-Times and a staff reporter at The State Journal in Frankfort, Kentucky. (April 2019)

Margaux Farrell, BAJ’12, is a weekday morning anchor at Fox 61, a Fox affiliate, in Hartford, Connecticut. She joined the Fox 61 News team as a morning reporter in April 2017. Previously, she was a morning news anchor and producer at Fox 15 Abilene (Texas) and KIDY Fox San Angelo.

Farrell won a bronze medal in swimming at the 2012 Summer Olympics as a part of the French team. In May 2015, she earned her master’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California. (August 2019)

Claire Hunter, BAJ’12, is an account executive at the Indianapolis office of Bose Public Affairs Group, a government affairs and strategic communications firm. She also serves on the board of directors for Pathway to Recovery in Indianapolis. Hunter has around 10 years of strategic communications experience in Washington, D.C. and Indianapolis. (September 2019)

Ammina Kothari, PhD’12, is an associate professor of journalism and director of undergraduate studies in the School of Communication at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York. Along with Emily A. Ehmer, PhD’15, Kothari published “Coverage of Burmese refugees in Indiana news media: An analysis of textual and visual frames” in Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. (November 2018)

Casey Kuhn, BAJ’13, won the Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association for her coverage of the #RedforEd Arizona Teacher Strike in July 2019. (July 2019)

Sean Morrison, BAJ’12, is associate editor of esports at ESPN. (August 2017)

Danielle Paquette, BAJ’12, will become The Washington Post’s West Africa bureau chief, based in Dakar, Senegal, this spring. Before accepting this new role, Paquette served as a financial reporter focusing on national labor issues for The Post. She has also worked as a reporter at the Tampa Bay Times covering crime. (February 2019)

Nicholas (Nico) Perrino, BAJ’12, is director of communications for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. Perrino began working with FIRE in 2012. (March 2017)

Adrienne (A.D.) Quig, BAJ’12, joined Crain’s Chicago Business in 2019 to report on local politics and government.

Previously, Quig helped build the Daily Line, a Chicago newsroom where she covered local government and helped create a podcast called “Aldercast.” She has also worked as a reporter and producer for NPR’s “Talk of the Nation” and Ken Rudin’s “Political Junkie” podcast as well as Rivet, a Chicago radio startup.

Prior to moving to Chicago, Quig worked at WSBT-TV in her native South Bend, Ind. (July 2019)

MaryJane (MJ) Slaby, BAJ’12, is a reporter and curator for The Incline, a start-up news organization in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Slaby previously reported at the Herald-Times and the Lafayette Journal & Courier. (September 2016)

Caitlin Ursini, BAJ’12, is an account executive at Salesforce in Chicago. Caitlin was formerly director of The Advisory Board Company in Washington, D.C. (April 2017)

Tricia Whitaker, BA’12, has been the sports anchor and reporter for CBS4 WTTV in Indianapolis since 2014. She previously worked as a sports reporter for WBAY in Northeast Michigan. (March 2016)

Jessica (Williams) Bricker, BAJ’13, is assistant editor at the Bluffton (Indiana) News-Banner. In May 2017, Bricker got married and was promoted to her current position, having celebrated four years with the News-Banner. She also launched a personal brand website, jessicabrickerwrites.com. (August 2017)

Matt Callahan, BAJ’13, is design editor at The Washington Post. He has been with the Post since 2014, previously working as art director and digital designer. Callahan will continue to build the design team’s digital growth. He has won multiple portfolio awards for his work from the Society for News Design. Before joining the Post, Callahan was features and 1A designer at the Tampa Bay Times. (December 2017)

Araceli Gomez-Aldana, BAJ’13, a staff member at Fort Wayne radio station WBOI, won a scholarship to 2018’s Public Radio News Director Conference, which took place in Philadelphia at the end of June. The scholarship was awarded to journalists early in their careers. She is the local host of NPR’s All Things Considered, and also reports for the station on immigration, education and public health issues. (July 2018)

Anna Hershberger, BAJ’13, is an associate at Hill+Knowlon Strategies, a global public relations consulting company, where she has worked since March 2017. (July 2018)

Aliya Mood, BAJ’13, won a Pulitzer Prize as part of the Arizona Republic and USA Today Network’s reporting on Donald Trump’s proposed border wall. Mood lead the Republic’s design team, which produced nearly two full weeks’ worth of digital and print content, including a virtual reality piece.

The package also won the 2017 Scripps Howard Award for Innovation and the 2017 Award of Excellence for combined digital and print category from the Society of News Design.

In her time at IU, Mood was an Ernie Pyle Scholar and served as art director and design chief of the Indiana Daily Student. She now works as a freelance graphic designer and Pilates instructor in Phoenix, Arizona.(April 2018)

Matt Starr, BA’13, directed a remake of Woody Allen’s classic film “Annie Hall” starring senior citizens at Lenox Hill retirement center. “My Annie Hall” stars Harry Miller, 94, and Shula Chernick, 73. Starr created the film with his partner, Ellie Sachs. The film garnered coverage from The New York Times and Huffington Post(March 2018)

Jessica Wimsatt, BAJ’13, is a sports reporter, anchor and multimedia journalist at WEHT/WTVW Eyewitness News in Evansville. She previously worked as a multimedia reporter for the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever. (March 2017)

Kara Winton, BA’90, MS’13, is a full-time professor at Florida Gulf Coast University teaching public relations in the Department of Communication & Philosophy. Previously, she was an adjunct professor. (July 2019)

Raven Carpenter, BAJ’14, is an account executive at G&S Business Communications in Chicago. She previously was a corporate fellow at Hill+Knowlton Strategies. (January 2017)

Hannah (Smith) Kiefer, BAJ’14, is director of communication at the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. She was previously a social media and communications specialist at Conner Prairie. (February 2018)

Kendall Prinsen, BAJ’14, has been promoted to senior account manager for the communications management department of Hirons advertising agency. Previously, she served as account manager and oversaw Hirons’ internship program. (June 2019)

Jon Savitt, BA’14, is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance writer. He has written for outlets including the Washington Post, TIME, Huffington Post and MTV. “From the classroom to the Roys (Kilroy’s) patio, I would not be where I am today without Indiana University giving me the resources to help me find my own voice and confidence,” Savitt wrote. (September 2016)

Hannah Ter Vree, BA’14, is a production coordinator at Trailer Park Inc. in Los Angeles. She was previously head of post production at Tiny Hero. (February 2018)

Nickolas Turner, BA’14, is founder and CEO of Shipper Tech, a platform connecting online buyers with secure online transactions and freelance delivery drivers. Turner is also founder and CEO of Shobe Cases and the Unbounded Group LLC. (August 2017)

Aaricka Washington, BAJ’14, is one of 20 recipients of the 2019 ProPublica Diversity Scholarship and will receive funding to attend the Investigative Reporters and Editors conference. Washington is an M.S. student at Columbia Journalism School. She served as a Teach for America 2014 corps member in Houston and as an AmeriCorps VISTA member in Indianapolis, where she supported more than 1,000 low-income students in obtaining full-tuition scholarships for college. (March 2019)

Lacy Whitaker, BA’08, MA’14, married IU alumnus Justin Whitaker in November 2016. They welcomed their first child, Jace Alan, in April 2019. (August 2019)

Sarah Beeson, BS’15, is a producer for the National Hockey League in New York City. Beeson was previously footage acquisitions coordinator for NFL Films. (December 2017)

McKenzie Clemans, BA’15, is an assistant at Luber Roklin Entertainment in Los Angeles. She previously worked at Pantheon Talent Group, SuperFilms!, Nickelodeon and Tiny Hero. (February 2018)

Adam Cohen, BA’15, is an associate producer on the NFL on CBS production team, which has won its second Emmy.

Cohen’s contribution to the 30-person production team is to collect and present relevant game statistics on screen during the game. (June 2019)

Emily A. Ehmer, PhD’15, is an assistant professor of journalism in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. Along with Ammina Kothari, PhD’12, Ehmer published “Coverage of Burmese refugees in Indiana news media: An analysis of textual and visual frames” in Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. (November 2018)

Kioko Ireri, PhD’15, published a book chapter on corruption in the Kenyan media titled, "Professional Ethics: High Levels of Corruption in Kenyan Journalism Practice." The chapter appears in the just-released book, "Critical Perspectives on Journalistic Beliefs and Actions: Global Experience," and explores perceptions, sources, forms and severity of corruption in Kenyan journalism. (July 2018)

Molly Jirasek, BAJ’15, is assistant news director for HOI ABC at WEEK-TV in East Peoria, Illinois. She was previously a multimedia journalist and producer at WSBT22 in South Bend, Indiana.(February 2018)

Anu Kumar, BAJ’15, is a first-year graduate student at American University's School of International Service where she is earning an M.A. in Intercultural and International Communication. Kumar formerly worked as project assistant at APCO Worldwide in Chicago. (April 2019)

Michael Majchrowicz, BAJ’15, has been a crime reporter at The Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina since 2017. Previously, he was a courts reporter for the Daily Hampshire Gazette. (April 2019)

Mark Newman, BAJ’15, completed a national tour for his No. 1 bestselling baseball book "Diamonds from the Dugout." He has five additional books planned. Newman was formerly enterprise editor with Major League Baseball Advanced Media. (February 2018)

Lacy Scarmana, BAJ’15, joined CBS News in New York City. She will participate in a rotation program between different CBS shows, starting off as a researcher for the CBS Evening News. Scarmana was previously a producer at WVIK public radio in Rock Island, Illinois. In her time at IU, she worked as a journalist and producer for WFIU. (March 2018)

Dylan Sinn, BAJ’15, is a sportswriter for the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Journal Gazette. He covers IU basketball on the Eyeing IU page, along with Notre Dame football and Fort Wayne TinCaps baseball for the paper. He was previously a digital media intern with USA Today Sports Media Group. (February 2018)

Rebecca Banks, BA’16, served as cinematographer and executive producer of “Refugee Is Not My Name,” which won best documentary for social justice at the Hollywood Women’s Film Festival. Banks is a production coordinator for Nickelodeon Animation and CEO of Blood Rose Productions, LLC, and has held various roles for VICE Media, the Smithsonian Institution and Prometheus Entertainment. She lives in Malibu, California. (January 2019)

Jeremy Barbuto, BA’16, is a European site leader for freeD Systems Navigators with Intel. He was previously a videographer for the Detroit Lions. (December 2017)

Matt Bloom, BAJ’16, covers breaking news and the economy for KUNC, an NPR affiliate in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has also reported for KPCC and KCRW in Los Angeles, and prior to that, was NPR’s National Desk intern in Culver City during the summer of 2015. (September 2019)

Annie Brackemyre, BAJ’16, is an executive assistant at the Institute for Islamic, Christian and Jewish Studies. She works on special projects, including the institute’s co-sponsored WYPR show, "Living Questions." (January 2017)

Mackenzie DeGroot, BAJ’16, is a reporter at the Decatur (Indiana) Daily Democrat. In her time at IU, DeGroot was an on-air personality at WIUX and a member of the Bloomington Ad Club. (December 2017)

Hannah Goodwin, BAJ’16, is an account executive at BLASTmedia in Fishers, Indiana. She formerly worked in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, supporting the Office of Community and Rural Affairs and the Indiana Office of Defense Development. (February 2018)

Holly Hays, BAJ’16, is the Give it Back/Pay it Forward reporter for The Indianapolis Star, covering issues facing nonprofits and charities in central Indiana. Before this role, she worked the general assignments and breaking news beats for the Star. At IU, Hays served as editor-in-chief of both the Indiana Daily Student and the Arbutus yearbook. (April 2019)

Leah Johnson, BAJ'16, will publish her first book "You Should See Me in a Crown," with Scholastic in 2020. Her book's main character, Liz, is a self-declared band geek who has always felt like an outsider as one of the only black kids in her small, prom-obsessed Midwestern hometown. With a college scholarship on the line, Liz decides to enter the race for prom queen, only to fall for the competition.  

While at IU, Johnson was involved with the Indiana Daily Student and WFIU. (March 2019)

Gabrielle McLemore, BAJ’16, is a press secretary and multimedia specialist with the Indiana Senate Democrats. (January 2017)

David Owens, BAJ’16, is a competitor on NBC’s “The Voice.” During his time at IU, Owens co-hosted a movie-focused podcast, “Cinematropolis.” He lives in Indianapolis with his wife and son. 

Laura Schulte, BAJ’16, is a street reporter at the Wausau (Wisconsin) Daily Herald. She was named Wisconsin’s Rookie Reporter of the Year at the 2018 Wisconsin Newspaper Association conference in Madison. (April 2018)

Mackenzie Thompson, BAJ’16, is marketing director for the Disque Foundation in New York City. The Disque Foundation empowers people to save lives by providing advanced health care education to underserved populations in the United States and around the world. (February 2019)

Alexa Tupper, BAJ ’16, is a marketing project and account lead for Beacon Health System in South Bend, Indiana. In her role, she develops strategic marketing and media plans for three hospitals and the medical group. She previously worked as a marketing coordinator for YMCA of Southwest Michigan. (November 2018)

Andy Wittry, BAJ’16, is a post-graduate intern at Turner Sports, writing and editing stories for NCAA.com, which covers 90 collegiate championship sports. (December 2017)

Alden Woods, BAJ’16, won the Polk Award for Education Reporting, along with other members of the Storytelling team at The Arizona Republic, for the investigation of false claims and insider deals in charter schools. As a member of the Storytelling team, Woods focuses on enterprise and narrative stories from across the state. (February 2019)

Jessica Yarvin, BAJ’16, is a broadcast news assistant at PBS NewsHour. She wrote an article on women in the 2018 midterm elections: “Will 2018 be the next ‘Year of the Woman?’ (August 2017)

Hannah Alani, BAJ’17, is a reporter for the Charleston Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina. After graduating, she also interned for the New York Times.

Bryan Brussee, BAJ’17, is a digital marketing and resources coordinator at Secretly Distribution in Bloomington, where he works to promote new and back catalog titles and provide digital sales support for 30 indie record labels. (April 2019)

Abigail Campbell, BAJ’17, is communications director at the Indiana Builders Association. Following graduation, Campbell worked as a press secretary for the Indiana House Republican Caucus. (June 2019)

Emily Ernsberger, BAJ’17, is a general assignments reporter at the Bloomington Herald-Times. Previously, she was the county government reporter for the Times-Mail in Bedford, Indiana. (April 2019)

Tristan Fitzpatrick, BAJ'17, is communications manager at the Cancer Support Community, the country's largest provider of social and emotional support for those affected by cancer, in Washington, D.C. He previously served as the organization's digital outreach coordinator. (January 2019)

Greg Gottfried, BAJ’17, is a board/tape operator for CBS Sports Radio and WFAN in New York City. He is also working toward a master’s degree in journalism at Columbia University. (December 2017)

Kate Halliwell, BAJ’17, is Editorial Coordinator at The Ringer in Los Angeles, California, where she writes about pop culture and cohosts their ‘Tea Time’ podcast. Previously, she has written for IndieWire and Thrillist. (June 2019)

Hailey Hernandez, BAJ’17, is a digital media content specialist with Team USA. Previously, Hernandez interned at Sporting News.(December 2017)

Anna Hyzy, BAJ’17, is a design editor at The New York Times. Previously, she was a design intern at the Tampa Bay Times. (April 2019)

Lyndsay Jones, BAJ’17, is the John R. Foreman Excellence in Journalism Fellow reporter at The News-Gazette, covering K-12 schools in the Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, area. She is also a part-time radio news anchor for the News-Gazette Media stations. (April 2019)

Katie Kapusta, BAJ’17, is a news reporter and anchor at WFIE 14 in Evansville, Indiana. Kapusta was previously an intern for the Hoosier Sports Report with the Herald-Times, reporting on women’s sports at IU. (December 2017)

Nicole Krasean, BAJ’17, is a video production intern with the Indianapolis Colts. (August 2017) 

Andrew Maciejewski, BAJ’17, is executive editor at The Chronicle-Tribune in Marion, Indiana. (July 2019)

Karley Marotta, BA’17, is a weekend sports anchor at WXOW in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. She was previously a marketing intern at the Big Ten Network. (August 2017)

Brody Miller, BAJ’17, covers Louisiana State University athletics for sports publication The Athletic. In Indiana, he covered Indiana basketball and IndyCar. He’s worked for publications such as the Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi, and the New Orleans Times-Picayune. (July 2019)

Lindsay Moore, BAJ’17, is an enterprise reporter at Journal & Courier in Lafayette, Indiana. Previously, she was a news reporter at the Phoenix New Times. (April 2019)

Olivia Ray, BA’17, currently reports for the WISH TV sports broadcast team in Indianapolis. Previously, she was a sports reporter at WSBT in South Bend, Indiana. (June 2019)

Meredith Seamon, BAJ’17, has accepted a job at WTHR in Indianapolis. Previously, she served as a reporter and morning news anchor at WAND, an NBC affiliate in central Illinois. (April 2019)

Simon Williams, BAJ’17, is the weekend anchor at WPDE in Florence, South Carolina. Previously, he worked as a reporter in El Paso, Texas, covering the U.S./Mexico border for KFOX14 and CBS4. (July 2019)

Ben Wittenstein, BAJ’17, is a play-by-play broadcaster and sports talk host at KRES radio in Moberly, Missouri. (August 2017)

Kaitlyn Beck, BA’18, is an account coordinator at Dittoe Public Relations in Indianapolis, Indiana. (July 2019)

Jack Evans, BAJ’18, placed first in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program’s national writing championship in San Francisco. (June 2018)

Rachel Goodman, BA’18, is a studio production assistant for the Rust-Oleum Corporation and a freelance associate producer at the Q Center in the greater Chicago area. (April 2019)

Jordan Guskey, BAJ’18, will cover high school sports for The Star Press in Muncie, Indiana, starting in April. Previously, Guskey was a digital reporter and producer for NCAA.com and a Pulliam fellow at The Indianapolis Star. (March 2019)

Joseph Harrison, BS’18, was awarded First Prize – Romantic Comedy Screenplay in the 2018 Film Crash Screenplay Competition for “DID YOU HEAR?” (October 2018)

Lauren Lanham, BAJ’18, is a marketing and communications coordinator for the Flossmoor Country Club near Chicago. (June 2018)

Carrie Latimer, BA’18, is a copy and content specialist at TrendyMinds, a digital agency, in Indianapolis. She previously served as account coordinator and business development coordinator at Hirons. During her time at The Media School, she was involved with the Public Relations Student Society of America and The Media School’s communications department. (February 2019)

Taylor Lehman, BAJ’18, is an Indiana football, basketball and recruiting reporter with Rivals.com/Coman Publishing. Previously, he covered Ohio State recruiting for Eleven Warriors. (August 2019)

Kylie Money, BAJ’18, is a public relations account assistant at BPS Marketing Inc. in Indianapolis. Her clients include IndyVet Emergency & Specialty Hospital, the Eagle Creek Park Foundation and Suburban Indy Shows. (November 2018)

Glenna Read, PhD’18, is an assistant professor at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia.

In 2019, she received the Annie Lang Dissertation Award at the International Communication Association conference in Washington, D.C. The award is named after ICA Fellow Media School Distinguished Professor Annie Lang. (June 2019)

Mia Torres, BAJ’18, will join the Emerging News Products team at The Washington Post as a designer on April 1. Torres joined The Washington Post in 2018 first as a news design intern and then as a contractor. In her time at The Post, she has designed print pages for daily and weekly sections, illustrated for Book World and worked on digital projects. Torres will focus her time on designing, illustrating and art directing for The Post’s national tablet and phone app. (March 2019)

Sophie Bird, BAJ'19, is a reporter at the Indiana Environmental Reporter and a contributor to Bloom Magazine. (August 2019)

Nyssa Kruse, BAJ'19, is a breaking news reporter at Arkansas Online. (August 2019)

Auston Matricardi, BA’19, is the sports editor for the Springs Valley Herald and Paoli News-Republican. (August 2019)

Andrea Vega Yudico, BAJ’19, is an associate producer at NHK Japan, Japan’s only public broadcaster. She is covering the 2020 presidential elections. (August 2019)