After five months working as a freelance contributing editor at Time Inc.’s “The Drive,” Althea Chang, ’12, welcomed the new year with a promotion to senior news editor.
Anastasia Economides, ’09, joined MagnifyMoney as editor in December. She most recently worked as a homepage editor at NBC New York.
Anna Teregulova, ’13, will be moving from New York City to San Francisco in March to join Google after working at Fortune magazine as a video producer. She will be an internal communications video and graphics producer for Google Cloud.
Ben Levisohn, ’07, former stocks editor at Barron’s, accepted a new position as the newspaper’s markets managing editor, where he is overseeing the financial markets coverage.
After his internship at Fathom Information Design in Boston, Brandon Shaik, ’16, joined Harvard as a teaching fellow in January. He’s instructing a design course at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Damian Geminder, ’15, helped oversee the launch of WomenDeserveBetter.com, a resources website dedicated to helping women in need. Since the site’s launch last summer, Geminder has been serving as editor and media coordinator.
Danielle Valente, ’13, joined Time Out New York Kids in January where she will be associate editor in charge of digital, print and social media. She was previously a news editor at Elite Daily.
After a year of fellowships, one at the National Catholic Reporter and the other at the White House Photo Office, George Goss, ’16, started a fulltime multimedia journalist position in February with the Catholic Herald in Arlington, VA.
Janae Hunter, ’16, kicked off 2018 with a promotion to associate producer at NY1.
Jose Bayona, ’11, joined the NYC’s Mayor’s Office as director of community & ethnic media after working as press secretary at the NYC Administration for Children’s Services.
Katelyn Gillum, ’16, will be traveling the world as senior community specialist for Meetup. She will be visiting 12 cities in 12 months, working on building relationships with Meetup organizers and learning about community building in different cultures.
Maggie Freleng, ’15, is now the producer at large for NPR’s “Latino USA.” She is working on reporting projects across the country with host Maria Hinojosa. She was previously an assistant producer at WNYC.
Maria Fraschilla, ’17, is working as a social media manager/assistant editor at the New York Athletic Club. Previously she worked at Daily Burn, Fillmore Real Estate, Harbor Fitness and New York Road Runners, all with social media and digital marketing roles.
Mariana Marcaletti, ’14, just moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina to begin her new role as editorial director at TKM, a millennial news site. She was previously a Senior Editor at CNET en Español in San Francisco.
Marguerite Ward, ’15, accepted a new role as editor and writer for The Today Show’s digital team, where she will lead TODAY.com’s coverage on Sundays.
Mallory Moench, ’17, started a job as legislative relief reporter for the Associated Press in Montgomery, AL.
Matthew Safford, ’07, became the managing editor for the technology enthusiast and news site Tom’s Hardware in January. He is working with the team of hardware experts to produce, edit, and publish content. Safford was previously a senior editor at digital media company Ziff Davis.
Melissa Bykofsky, ’12, started a new job in December as digital senior editor for Parents.com. She was previously senior editor at Redbook and Woman’s Day magazines.
A year after beginning his winter internship at Bloomberg and nine months after being hired as a reporter for the investment team, Nico Grant, ’16, is headed to San Francisco as enterprise technology reporter.
Philip Clapham, ’16, was hired for what he describes as his “dream job” as senior communications officer at the International AIDS Society in Switzerland. He is a former press officer for Planned Parenthood Federation of America .
Teddy Grant, ’17, was hired as a writer for Ebony’s digital team, where he will be covering politics, culture, entertainment and business-related news.
In addition to his role as investigative reporter and anchor for the CBS affiliate station in West Michigan, WWMT, Walter Smith-Randolph, ’10, is excited to be sharing his knowledge with aspiring journalism students as an adjunct instructor at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.
Yudith Ho, ’11, is moving to Kuala Lumpur in March as Malaysia bureau chief at Bloomberg News. Before that, she was a breaking news editor in Jakarta.