Industry Announcements — NABJ Members On the Move
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Posted by: Veronique Dodson
members are moving up and moving on.
President Phil Griffin recently announced that digital journalist and political
analyst Joy-Ann Reid will anchor the
network’s 2 p.m. Eastern hour, Monday through Friday, starting on Monday,
called Reid to commend her and she is looking forward to the new
am also happy to recognize Mara
Schiavocampo who has joined ABC News as a New York-based correspondent, reporting
for all platforms in her new role. Schiavocampo has served on the NABJ Board of
Directors and was NABJ’s Emerging Journalist of the Year in 2007.
Suzanne Malveaux, Emmy award-winning
journalist and co-anchor of CNN’s "Around the World,” is returning to
Washington, D.C. as CNN’s national correspondent. The move allows Malveaux to be
closer to her mother, who struggles with ALS.
hard to believe that Wesley Lowery graduated
from Ohio University in 2012. Since then he’s been an NABJ Student
Representative, a METPRO Reporting Fellow at the Los Angeles Times, a general
assignment reporter at the Boston Globe and now he’s been hired to cover
Congress and politics at the Washington Post.
a big ups to Jerry McCormick, founding president of the San Diego Association of Black
Journalists. McCormick spent two decades in newspapers and transitioned to
broadcast news producing in 2009. He has just been hired as an executive
producer for Lin Media’s KION in Portland. He starts March 3 and says he looks
forward to starting an NABJ chapter in Portland.
behalf of the NABJ Board of Directors, it is my great pleasure to congratulate all
on their outstanding achievements.
Butler, NABJ President