The Student Broadcast Journalists (AASBJ) group is a support system for student broadcasters. It provides them an opportunity to network with their peers and receive mentoring from professionals.
Co-Director Michelle Baik
Michelle is a sophomore studying broadcast journalism and international studies at Northwestern University, after which she hopes to pursue foreign correspondence. Michelle has interned at NBC affiliate WESH in Orlando, fairly close to where she calls home. When she is on campus, Michelle is primarily involved as a reporter for Northwestern News Network.
Co-Director Angeline Bernabe
Angeline is a first year graduate student at UC Berkeley’s School of Journalism. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations from California State University, Los Angeles. Previously, she was a staff reporter for her alma mater’s newspaper, The University Times; station manager and president for Cal State L.A.’s radio station, Golden Eagle Radio; and a campus correspondent for Cal State L.A.’s chapter of Her Campus, an online magazine for college women. She has interned for KCBS-2/KCAL-9’s Investigative Unit and Dateline NBC in Los Angeles. Angeline is thrilled to be a part of AAJA and serve as an SBJ co-director.
Co-Director Nicole Tam
Nicole is a sophomore at the University of Hawaii, Manoa studying broadcast journalism and Chinese. She has interned at a local Fox affiliate, KHON, and also writes for the school newspaper, Ka Leo. Nicole is excited to be a part of the SBJ team to give back to the organization and help fellow student journalists.