After taking a leap of faith and moving to Mexico City to do freelance work, Vicki Adame, ’17, accepted a job as a news editor for the Xinhua News Agency.
Althea Chang, ’12, recently started a new role as associate director of content development at Consumer Reports. The former senior news editor at The Drive at Meredith will be editing stories for the web and covering automobiles, money, and technology.
Kara Chin, ’16, was promoted from associate producer to producer and lead video editor for the sponsored financial video series at Business Insider.
Kimberly Chin, ’17, started a new position as business breaking news reporter at The Wall Street Journal in June.
In June, Brett Dahlberg, ’17, began a new job as health reporter and producer at WXXI, the NPR affiliate in Rochester, NY.
John Friia, ’17, is working as an associate producer for NY1.
Patrick Gillespie, ’14, joined Bloomberg News as a reporter and is now based in Buenos Aires, where he is covering Argentina’s economy and government.
In June, Katie Honan,’10, joined The Wall Street Journal as a reporter covering City Hall in New York City.
Former associate producer for “60 Minutes” Erin Horan,’13, has moved to “CBS This Morning” as an anchor/producer. Horan was recently nominated for an Outstanding Edited Interview Emmy for “Prisoner 760,” the story of former Guantanamo Bay detainee Mohamedou Slahi.
Former Business Insider Wall Street correspondent, Rachael Levy, ’14, is now a hedge fund reporter for The Wall Street Journal.
Barbara Marcolini,’16, was hired as a staff video producer at The New York Times. She’s working with the visual investigations team reporting and editing stories based on open source investigations.
This fall, Brianna McGurran, ’14, will start teaching Professional Communications and Presentations, and Business Writing at Lehman College. She has been a full-time staff writer and spokesperson at NerdWallet for more than three years.
Mark Morales, ’09, started a job in June as a CNN reporter covering law enforcement and cybersecurity issues.
In June, Denisse Moreno,’14, joined the Bronx DA’s office as a public information officer.
Jeanette D. Moses, ’13, is working as the editor of popphoto.com.
Emilie Pons, ’14, joined the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University, where she is writing and researching a biography on Edward Said.
Hong Qu, ’11, recently started working for the Shorenstein Center at Harvard as program director for technology.
Michaela Ross, ’15, formerly a technology and telecommunications reporter at Bloomberg Law, is now reporting on the Department of Homeland Security for Bloomberg Government.
In May, Nicole Rothwell, ’17, was hired full time as associate producer for Futuro Media’s political podcast “In The Thick”. One of the first episodes she produced was about LGBT rights under the Trump administration.
Derek Scancarelli, ’15, is working at Meredith as a producer for PeopleTV and as a contributing music writer for Forbes.com.
Former Harvard University research fellow Brandon Shaik, ’16, will be joining the B2B Marketing team at Forrester Research in Cambridge, MA as a research associate.
Sean Shoemaker, ’17, recently moved to Texas and started reporting for the Big Bend Sentinel in July.
Pauliina Siniauer, ’17, was hired as an investigative data journalist for the The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and is working remotely from Helsinki, Finland.
Chester Soria, ’12, became deputy press secretary for the New York City Housing Authority in June.
In July, Divya Verma, ’13, joined NBCNews.com’s digital newsgathering team as a video producer.
Kristine Villanueva, ’17, started working full time as reporter/moderator at Spaceship Media, in addition to freelancing at Free Press for their 37 Voices project.
After interning for five months at Business Insider, Katie Warren, ’17, accepted a full-time position as strategy reporter.
Mary Wilson, ’16, was promoted from associate producer to producer at BuzzFeed News’ Twitter morning show, “AM to DM,” where she is producing political, entertainment, and breaking news segments.
Emily Ziemski, ’17, is combining her love for culinary arts and journalism at Blue Apron, where she is an associate culinary editor.