NABJ Congratulates Sarah J. Glover on New Role as Social Media Editor at NBC10 Philadelphia
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Posted by: Aprill Turner
DC (July 24, 2012)— The National Association of Black
Journalists (NABJ) congratulates Sarah J. Glover on her new role as Social
Media Editor of NBC10 in Philadelphia.
Glover joins NBC10 from the Philadelphia Daily News
where she was originally a staff photographer. Her role there grew to include
shooting, producing and editing video for the web. In 2010, Glover led the
Daily News video team on the "Tainted Justice" series, which earned
the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting. Her responsibilities at the
Daily News eventually expanded to include developing various social media and
multimedia practices for the paper.
Glover is President of the Philadelphia Association
of Black Journalists (PABJ), and also serves as NABJ’s Council of Presidents
Chair, the organizing body of all Presidents of chapter affiliates within the
association. Last month at NABJ’s 37th Annual Convention & Career Fair held
in New Orleans, Glover was named the recipient of the 2012 President’s Award,
given annually to a member who has made outstanding contributions to the
organization. Please click here to view her acceptance speech. Glover is also a
past national board member and led efforts for the organization’s current
extremely proud of Sarah for achieving this milestone in her career. There is
no one more deserving of this opportunity than Sarah, she performs above and
beyond the call of duty for NABJ, and I am sure she will do the same for NBC10
in this new role,” said Greg Lee Jr., NABJ President. "The NABJ family couldn’t be happier for Sarah and
we wish her much success in this new endeavor,”
A native of Erie, Pennsylvania, Glover earned a BA
in Photojournalism and African American Studies from Syracuse University in
1996. She earned a MA in Communication Studies from Edinboro University of
Pennsylvania in 2007.
Glover's journalism fellowships include the Knight
Digital Media Center-UC Berkeley Multimedia Fellowship, the Kiplinger Program
in Public Affairs Journalism, the National Association of Black Journalists
Ethel Payne Fellowship and University of Maryland Journalism Fellowships in
Child and Family Policy.
advocacy group established in 1975 in Washington, D.C., NABJ is the largest
organization for journalists of color in the nation, and provides career
development as well as educational and other support to its members worldwide. For
more, please visit, www.nabj.org.