Natalie Abruzzo, ’14, was recently hired as an editor for Time Inc.’s automotive vertical, “The Drive.”
Aisha Al-Muslim, ’09, has joined The Wall Street Journal after working as a reporter at Newsday for seven years. She’ll be on the Real-Time News Desk, writing breaking business news stories for Dow Jones newswires, WSJ.com and the newspaper.
After completing a fellowship at NowThis in September, Kimberly Avalos, ’16, was hired as an associate producer on their main vertical.
Erin Brodwin, ’13, who recently became engaged to Chris Westling and moved from London to the Bay Area, was promoted from senior science reporter to science correspondent at Business Insider.
Morten Buttler, ’16, will be moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he will begin working as the European Union correspondent for Børsen, the Danish business daily newspaper in December.
Noah Caldwell, ’16, is now working as a news assistant for NPR’s “All Things Considered.”
NPR affiliate KUNC in Greeley, Colorado, has hired Stephanie Daniel, ’16, as an education reporter.
Paul DeBenedetto, ’11, has moved to the Houston area, where he’ll be working as an assistant managing editor for the Baytown Sun.
Formerly a news producer for WAMU’s “All Things Considered”, Carmel Delshad,’11, is now an editor and reporter for the Washington, D.C. radio station.
This August H’Rina DeTroy, ’09, won December Magazine’s 2017 Curt Johnson Prose Award in Creative Nonfiction, for her essay, “The Vengeance of Elephants.” The literary print journal featured her personal essay in their November issue.
After two and half years as a video producer for McClatchy newspapers, Natalie Fertig, ’14, has joined Circa news in Washington, D.C. as a video journalist.
Sean Flynn, ’12, accepted a position as managing editor of Hearst Digital Media after spending four years as the digital operations editor for Travel + Leisure and the Time Inc. travel news desk.
Formerly a reporter/producer at Reuters TV, Alva French, ’11, joined BuzzFeed News as a video producer for its emerging video format, created in partnership with Apple News.
Mia Garchitorena, ’15, is working an associate editor/content manager at MDAlert.com, where she produces e-newsletters for physicians and oversees the site’s digital and editorial content.
New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority has hired Joseph Gargiulo, ’07, as a data-entry operator.
Orie Givens, ’13, is now reporting from the Hudson Valley as a video journalist for Spectrum News.
Last month Rose Itzcovitz, ‘15, joined KVLY-TV, an NBC affiliate in Fargo, North Dakota as a TV reporter/multimedia journalist.
Eric Jankiewicz, ’13, is working as a web editor for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Justin Joffe, ’15, is now the deputy editor of SHIFTed Magazine.
Mariana (Vasconcellos) Keller, ’10 (and EJ, ’11), joined NBC’s Short Docs team as a senior video producer.
After working as a researcher for documentarian Michael Moore, Samuel Lieberman, ’15, was hired in October as an associate producer for The Huffington Post.
Rachael Levy, ’14, was promoted from senior reporter to correspondent for Business Insider, where she covers hedge funds, asset managers and gender issues on Wall Street.
Danny Lewis, ’14, joined WNYC’s “All Things Considered” news staff as an assistant producer.
Zameena Mejia, ’16, has become the leadership reporter for CNBC’s Digital “Make It” vertical.
Annais Morales, ’11, recently resigned as a senior producer from NY1 to join the team at WCBS-TV as a writer/producer.
Mariya Moseley, ’16, is now a production assistant at People magazine’s daily live show, “People Now.”
After five years as a video journalist at The New York Times, Natalia Osipova, ’12, is joining The Wall Street Journal’s Page One team as a senior video journalist. She’ll be producing enterprise videos in the U.S. and abroad.
Nick Perez, ’16, started as a freelance video producer for The Real Deal in October.
Brandon Shaik, ’16, joined the Fathom Information Design Firm in Boston, where he’s doing data analysis and visualization.
Lisa Thomson, ’16, is working as an associate producer for the Al Jazeera English web show “The Stream.”