Member News: December 2017 Roundup

        

Bethany-6_2_.jpgBethany Ao (AAJA-Philadelphia) was recently hired as a city life reporter at The Philadelphia Inquirer. She is a recent graduate of Northwestern University, where she focused on arts and lifestyle reporting. Prior to The Inquirer, she has written for The Boston Globe, The Denver Post and The News & Observer. She's passionate about increasing diversity in arts reporting, as well as addressing the intersection where important social issues and the arts meet. Follow Bethany on Twitter at @BethanyAo.

 

 

 

 

 

AngelineBernabeHeadshot.jpgAngeline Bernabe (AAJA-San Francisco Bay Areajoined ABC 7 News Bay Area (KGO) as a production assistant. In this position, she helps with the production of weekend morning shows and runs the teleprompter. Prior to this position, Angeline interned with KCBS’ investigative unit and Dateline NBC in Los Angeles, NBC Bay Area’s investigative unit in San Jose, NBC Nightly News in New York as a 2017 AAJA News Fellow and most recently CNBC’s San Francisco Bureau. She currently serves as a co-director for AAJA’s Student Broadcast Journalists affinity group. Angeline will be graduating from UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism in May 2018. Follow Angeline on Twitter at @AngelineBernabe.

 

 

 

 

jacqueline-cheung.jpgJacqueline Cheung (AAJA-Sacramento) was recently named Best Local Blogger of 2017 by Sacramento Area A-List and Best Blogger of 2017 by Best of Elk Grove for her blog Jax Chronicles Blog & Adoption Ministry. She was also recently promoted from staff writer to Editor-In-Chief of The Elk Grove Tribune. Follow Jacqueline on Facebook, Instagram and on Twitter at @JaxChronicles.

 

 

 

 

 

Juliana-Reyes.JPGJuliana Reyes (AAJA-Philadelphia) recently became a modern life reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News. She previously covered the Philadelphia tech scene as lead reporter at Technical.ly and edited Technical.ly's Philadelphia and Delaware markets. She's a three-time Philadelphia News Award winner and currently serves as president of AAJA's Philadelphia chapter. Follow Juliana on Twitter at @juliana_f_reyes.

 

 

 

 

 

Tim-Tai.pngTim Tai (AAJA-Philadelphia) is a photojournalist who recently joined the staff of The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News. A 2016 graduate of the University of Missouri, he previously worked as a staff photographer at The Columbia Daily Tribune after internships at The San Antonio Express-News, The Tulsa World and The Boston Globe. He’s always looking for good cheesesteak recommendations. Follow Tim on Twitter at @nonorganical.

 

 

 

 

 

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