Alumni

Alumni Network

Are you an MJF alumnus but don't see your name here? Tell us what you're doing now and become a part of our alumni network!

Here are what some of our alumni are doing now.

2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | pre-2000

Class of 2015

  • Jessica Barga (JRN/MKT ‘15) serves as a marketing copywriter for the University of Dayton, coming up with and editing material for University publications.
  • Emily Hanhart (JRN/STC ‘15) is an account executive for Jasculca Terman Strategic Communications, a PR firm based out of Chicago. She previously served as Communications Director for Nouveau Inc.
  • Mekenna Brown (JRN ‘15) is a news producer at WCMH-TV (NBC4) in Columbus, OH, where she produces NBC4 Today on weekend mornings.
  • Kelly Stincer (JRN/MAC ‘15) is a public information officer with the Ohio Department of Commerce, where she plans and directs public information activities of the Division of the State Fire Marshal. She previously held the position of content assistant at MediaSource.

Class of 2014

  • Nicole Theodore (JRN/PSY ‘14) is an associate editor for Playboy Enterprises, Inc. in Beverly Hills, CA. She oversees digital lifestyle content and manages lifestyle freelance contributors. Theodore previously served as a digital media intern with Playboy before being hired full time.
  • Chloe Williams (COM ‘13) is an account executive for Bennet Group Strategic Communications in Honolulu, Hawaii. Williams participated in the Inside Washington program at Miami and served as president of Miami Television News.

Class of 2013

  • Amanda Harr (JRN ‘13) serves as a marketing coordinator for the CIEE Council on International Educational Exchange in Portland, Maine, which is the country’s oldest and largest nonprofit study abroad and intercultural exchange organization. She was previously an undergraduate English teacher in Thailand through the company.
  • JM Rieger (JRN ‘13) is a producer for the Huffington Post, having won awards for his politics coverage in Washington, D.C. He previously worked as a video editor for Roll Call in which he led video production for the Capitol Hill news source.
  • Shannon Rosenberg (JRN ‘13) is an assistant health editor for Buzzfeed in the New York City area. She previously held a variety of digital editorial positions after receiving her master’s degree in Magazine, Newspaper, and Online Journalism from Syracuse University.
  • Chloe Toman (MassCom '13) is an associate producer at WCPO Media (Channel 9) in Cincinnati. Toman is a former co-president of Miami Television News.

Class of 2012

  • Stephen Bell (JRN/COM ‘12) works as a writer’s assistant for freelance writer Bert Royal and his production company, Mister Pants, Inc. He was previously a co-producer for Capstone Productions in Los Angeles, CA where he still resides today.
  • Lorraine Boissoneault (GLS/ENG ‘12) is a history writer for the digital version of the Smithsonian Magazine in Washington, D.C. She has a master’s from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and has published a novel, “The Last Voyageurs,” which details the true story of 24 men who canoed 3,300 miles across North America to reenact the Mississippi expedition of La Salle.
  • Bethany Bruner (JRN '12) is the crime and courts reporter for The Newark Advocate in Ohio, a Gannett Co., Inc. news source.
  • Mandi Cardosi (JRN '12) is public information officer at the West Virginia Legislature.
  • Amelia Carpenter (JRN '12) is a content architect at a technology startup called Narrative Science. The company is based in Chicago, Ill. She celebrated her one-year anniversary as a full-time employee in the fall of 2013.
  • Courtney Day (JRN '12) is a breaking news reporter for the Mansfield News Journal.
  • Taylor Dolven (JRN/DIP '12) is a reporter for Vice on HBO.
  • Matt Fitzgerald (JRN/POL '12) is a breaking news team writer for Bleacher Report. He is also a featured columnist for the Cleveland Browns and golf. Additionally, he has been featured frequently on CNN.com.
  • Brandon Hoelle (JRN '12) is enlisted as a healthcare technician in the United States Army. In April of 2013, he became a reporter for the Community Press & Recorder, a Gannett-owned news media company affiliated with the Cincinnati Enquirer.
  • Emily Holman (JRN/POL '12) is the regional operations manager of partnerships at Uber.
  • Maria Kreighbaum (COM/JRN '12) is an interaction designer for Nelson Cash.
  • Oriana Pawlyk (JRN '12) is a reporter at Military.com.
  • Lauren Pax (JRN '12) is a copywriter at Kao USA, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio. Pax is also an editor for Gypsy Publications and is an instructor at the Oakley location of Define Body & Mind studio.
  • Rachel Petri (JRN/POL'12) is press secretary for Senator Sherrod Brown.
  • Kaitlin Schroeder (JRN '12) is a staff reporter at Dayton Business Journal.
  • Allie Seibert (JRN/Mass '12) was hired as a staff writer for the NBC drama Chicago Fire.
  • Amanda Seitz (JRN '12) is digital reporter for WCPO-TV in Cincinnati.
  • Molly Shanks (JRN '12) is a producer of two television shows on WGN: “Chicago's Best” (a food show) and “Living Healthy Chicago” (a health/lifestyle show). Her team received an Emmy nomination for its work on the Chicago's Best episode entitled “The Best of Ogden Avenue.” In November of 2013, she secured the title of Supervising Producer for Living Healthy Chicago, Ill. Previously, Shanks worked as a story coordinator for “Ax Men,” a reality TV show from Original Productions in Los Angeles, Calif. (airs on History-formerly the History Channel).
  • Melissa Tacchi (JRN/MTH '12) is an account executive for Time Inc.
  • Evan Weese (Finance/JRN '12) is a web coordinator for Columbus Business First, the weekly newspaper and website in Ohio. It is owned by American City Business Journals, which also owns Cincinnati Business Courier, for which Weese interned twice while a student at Miami.

Class of 2011

  • Scott Allison (JRN '11) is a freelance photographer and a web development manager at Hunter Industries in San Diego, Calif. Following graduation, Allison interned as a photographer with the San Diego Union-Tribune.
  • Alex Butler (JRN '11) is a sports editor at United Press International (UPI) and contributes to the Miami Herald. He previously worked for Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers in Vero Beach, Fla., at the Cincinnati Enquirer.
  • Erin (Fischesser) Caproni (JRN '11) is a digital producer for the Cincinnati Business Courier. She was previously a copy editor for the Cincinnati Enquirer.
  • Mandi Cardosi (JRN '11) is a public information officer for the West Virginia Legislature. She started out at The News and Sentinel in Parkersburg, WV as a crime reporter.
  • Adam Hainsfurther (JRN '11) is working as a producer for C-SPAN Radio in Washington, DC. He produced election coverage for the C-SPAN TV this past fall.
  • Kelci House (JRN '11) is an assistant photo editor for Washingtonian magazine in Washington, D.C. and a photographer for Kelci Alane Photography. House was a founding staffer of Up fashion magazine during her time at Miami.
  • Lauren Karch (JRN '11) is a copywriter and social media director for Gardens Alive!, a gardening-industry company based in Dayton, Ohio. She worked previously for the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation and the U.S. Air Force.
  • Lauren Kelly (JRN '11) is a junior agent at the Magnet Agency. The founder of Miami's Up fashion magazine, Kelly now represents top hair stylists, makeup artists, wardrobe stylists, costume and set designers in Los Angeles, Calif.
  • Kelsey (Gross) Kojetin (JRN '11) is a senior communications associate at QuestBridge, based in Palo Alto, California.
  • Brianna Mulligan (JRN '11) is a senior account supervisor at public relations agency Ruder Finn, living in Washington, D.C. and working out of the DC, San Francisco, and New York City offices.
  • Tom Segell (JRN '11) is a marketing associate at FICO, a provider of collection and accounts receivable management software, based in Arlington, Va.
  • Jessica Stringfield (JRN '11) is the marketing and communications director for Uptown Rental Properties in Cincinnati. She also is on the Emerging Leaders Council for the Southwest Ohio chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
  • Anna Turner (JRN/THE '11) is the manager of development at Outpost Entertainment. She also is a contributor to Thrillist and College Humor.

Class of 2010

  • Amy Biolchini (JRN '10) is the K-12 education reporter for the Ann Arbor News, a part of MLive Media Group in Michigan.
  • Andrea Bosco (JRN '10) is senior editor at WHIRL Publishing in Pittsburgh, Pa. WHIRL is a multi-faceted, regional publishing company with WHIRL Magazine, Edible Allegheny, WHIRL Wedding Guide and WHIRL@Home among its publications. She was previously an editor for AOL's Patch.com."
  • Erin Bowen (JRN '10) graduated summa cum laude from Michigan State Law School in May 2013 and now is an associate at Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, PLC in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. She specializes in commercial real estate, business and estate planning.
  • Katie Bray (JRN '10) is a digital artist for the Scripps Digital Creative Agency (E.W. Scripps) in Cincinnati, Ohio. She creates clean, modern and smart digital design solutions for digital, sales and marketing needs; including but not limited to banner ads, web design, site updates, mobile and icon creation. She was previously a digital sales coordinator for Clear Channel Media in Cincinnati, Ohio. She designed ads for online content and tracked their effectiveness.
  • Bridget Dearie Clegg (JRN/IDS '10) is a Brooklyn-based staffer for The Knot, the everything-wedding magazine and website. She was previously a staff member of “The Katie Brown Workshop,” a home arts show on American Public Media. @bridgetdearie, bclegg@xogrp.com, cleggbd@gmail.com
  • Lauren Doyle (COM '10) is the senior manager of public relations for Women's Health magazine. She is responsible for all consumer and trade press, celebrity and media partnerships, events, and editorial integrations for the brand. She previously served as a Senior Publicist at Meredith Corporation where she led PR efforts for Better Homes and Gardens, Traditional Home, Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings among other brands.
  • Austin Fast (JRN ’10) covers breaking news, writes feature stories and hosts a live music podcast with local and touring bands at WCPO.com in Cincinnati, Ohio. He spent five years in Macedonia, teaching high school English as a Peace Corps volunteer.
  • Jen Gault (COM '10) is a marketing and public relations coordinator for The Cure Starts Now Cancer Foundation in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Jill Span Hofbauer (JRN '10) is an Assistant Editor at Columbus Monthly magazine in Columbus, Ohio. Previously, Span worked at The Social Firm, a digital marketing firm in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Brett Hoffland (JRN '10) is a now a reporter at KSTP-TV in Minneapolis-St. Paul.
  • Laura (Siedlecki) Kilbane (JRN '10) is an account executive for WSYX/WTTE-TV, Sinclair Broadcast Group, in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Matt Lobe (JRN '10) works as associate producer at Quicksilver in Chicago, Ill. He writes video scripts and puts storyboards together for the company. He also works as a freelancer for the NHL network. Previously, he worked as associate editor for Questex Media Group in Cleveland, Ohio, a business-to-business publishing group with magazines like Nightclub and Bar and Pest Management Professional.
  • Josh Messerly (JRN/HST '10) is news/production director at WFCO-FM radio in Lancaster, Ohio.
  • Hope Norman (JRN/MKT '10) is a digital research and innovation consultant at Seek Company in Cincinnati, Ohio, leading the digital and social media team. Her clients include a diverse group of Fortune 500 brands including Nestle, MillerCoors and Starbucks. She worked previously at Barefoot Proximity, a division of BBDO.
  • Hannah Poturalski (JRN '10) is a shared content coordinator and breaking news investigator for Cox Media Group Ohio, which publishes the Dayton Daily News and other southwest Ohio news media. She works closely with the WHIO-TV broadcasts and 24-hour news talk radio station AM 1290 and News 95.7 WHIO.
  • Sarah Salbu (StratCom '10) is a senior account executive at SHIFT Communications, a public relations and communication firm in Boston.
  • Lauren Schweitzer (MassCom '10) is a news segment producer for MSNBC in New York City. Lauren worked previously as news producer at WPTV in West Palm Beach, Florida.
  • Katie Tilly (JRN/ ENG ’10) works as a volunteer coordinator at the Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals (SICSA) an animal adoption center in Kettering, Ohio. Katie worked for WYSO in Yellow Springs as an archive assistant and intern community reporter from 2010-2011, she continues to consult and produce documentary segments.
  • Caitlin Varley (JRN '10) is an account executive with Bradford Group, a Nashville public relations firm.
  • Kaitlin Walter (JRN ’10) is a project manager and application lead for Madison, Wis.-based Epic, a healthcare technology company.
  • Erin Bowen Welch (JRN '10) graduated summa cum laude from Michigan State Law School in May 2013 and now is an associate at Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, PLC in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. She specializes in commercial real estate, business and corporate transactions.

Class of 2009

  • Ida Lieszkovszky Hargitai (JRN '09) now covers Cuyahoga Common Pleas Court for the Northeast Ohio Media Group, which is cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer.
  • Kellyn Moran (JRN/POL '09) taught kindergarten and first grade in Maryland through Teach for America for three years and received her master’s in education in early childhood curriculum and instruction from George Mason University in 2011. She now works as Manager of Business Operations for Teaching Strategies LLC in Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Lauren Pulte (JRN '09) is PR and communications manager for The Onion. As The Onion's head of PR, she handles all external PR and media relations, as well as help with B2B marketing opportunities for Onion Inc. and its other properties.
  • Allison Restko (JRN '09) stars in the winter 2014 show "The Bachelor" on ABC.
  • Michelle Richard (JRN '09) is digital marketing manager for the Scotts Miracle-Gro company. She earlier worked for a book publisher in Boston called Beacon Press as the assistant to the director of marketing/sales.
  • Kate Stark (JRN ’09) is a freelance actor, dancer and choreographer. She has also worked as the executive director of the Parkinson’s Wellness Chapter (APDA) and an associate producer with WHIO-TV in Dayton, Ohio.

Class of 2008

  • Pulkit Datta (MassCom '08) is a writer & filmmaker, as well as Festival Liaison for India Kaleidoscope in New York.
  • Ben Garbarek (JRN '08) is an on-air reporter for ABC6/Fox28 in Columbus, Ohio. Previously, he was a reporter for NBC affiliate WWBT-TV (Channel 12) in Richmond, Va. and NBC affiliate WFIE-TV (Channel 14) in Evansville, Ind.
  • Stacey Goers (Skotzko) (JRN '08) is the product manager of podcasts and social at NPR.
  • Audry Kensicki (JRN '08) is a communications specialist for the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Braden Lammers (JRN '08) is a reporter at the News and Tribune in Jeffersonville, Ind.
  • Kate Liebers (JRN '08) is multimedia web content producer for WSYX, the ABC affiliate in Columbus, Ohio. Additionally, she is a freelance writer for (614) Magazine and Fit Columbus magazine. Previously, she was a reporter for the Delaware (Ohio) Gazette.
  • Kathleen Morton (JRN/PSY '08) is the founder of website Tiny House, Tiny Footprints, as well as the managing editor for Porch Drinking.
  • Amy Saunders JRN '08) is a content editor at McMurry/TMG LLC in Phoenix, where she edits Amtrak's Arrive magazine and several health-care magazines. From 2008-2013, she was a staff features reporter at the Columbus Dispatch.
  • Beth Stebner (MassCom '08) is senior lifestyle and beauty editor for CafeMedia.

Class of 2007

  • Steve Centofanti (COM '07) is communications manager at Central Ohio Agency on Aging.
  • Denise Cheng (Interdisciplinary Studies/Global Journalism '07) is a freelance research and strategy consultant in San Fransisco.
  • Liz Cook (JRN '07) is the documentary film outreach leader at Kickstarter.
  • Jed DeMuesy (COM '07) is a sports producer and multimedia journalist at WKRC-TV (Channel 12) in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was previously a sports anchor and reporter for WICD-TV in Champaign-Urbana, Ill.
  • Marni Goldberg (JRN '07) is the head of public affairs for Visa, Inc. based in Washington, D.C. She formerly served as the Director of Public Affairs to U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, as well as in the press operations for U.S. Senators Joe Manchin, Blanche Lincoln, and Mary Landrieu.
  • Vanessa Rakel (JRN '07) is an attorney in New York City. She graduated in 2011 from Harvard Law School, where she was an editor of the Harvard Business Law Review and the Harvard International Law Journal.
  • Chris Rule (ENG/JRN '07) started a job at a small financial services firm called WealthStone as an Investment Operations Associate. He assists in trading, overall operations and in the high-net worth client reporting.
  • Amy Saunders (JRN '07) is a senior content creator at Infusionsoft in Phoenix, where she writes and edits content for small business owners. She also co-owns a baby-gear retailer, Strolleria, along with her husband. Previously, she worked as an editor at content marketing agency McMurry/TMG and as a reporter for The Columbus Dispatch.
  • David Spunt (JRN/POL '07) is now a reporter at KYW-TV in Philadelphia.
  • Courtney Subramanian (JRN '07) works for Time magazine in Hong Kong. She earned a master's degree at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism in 2011.
  • Lauren Sudekum (JRN '07) is director of corporate communications at ChowNow, a marketing and advertising firm based in Venice, California.

Class of 2006

  • Nick Brunker (COM '06) is the digital and social engagement leader/senior account executive at Wordsworth Communication.
  • Jennifer Cahill (COM '06) is senior director of media and public relations for Project Lead The Way (PLTW), a national education non-profit organization dedicated to expanding access to STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education programs for students in grades K-12. She lives and works in Indianapolis, Ind. Previously, she worked as an anchor/reporter for WEHT-TV in Evansville, Ind.
  • Ashley Mallon Walters (COM '06) is vice president of Empower MediaMarketing in Cincinnati.
  • Michelle Mitchell (JRN '06) is a staff reporter for the Arizona Republic. From her Miami graduation until January 2013, Mitchell was a reporter for The Desert Sun Newspaper in Palm Springs, Calif. Both papers are owned by Gannett.
  • Jacqueline Sprague (COM '06) is a news and sports anchor/reporter for WDTN-TV, Channel 2 in Dayton, Ohio. She previously worked as a broadcast journalist at stations in Lexington, Ky., Cincinnati, Columbus and Zanesville, Ohio.
  • Beckie Supiano (Comparative Religion '06) is a reporter for the Chronicle of Higher Education in Washington, D.C. Supiano earned a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University.
  • Quan Truong (JRN '06) is a reporter for the Chicago Tribune. Truong previously reported for the Columbus Dispatch and the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Class of 2005

  • Matt Bill (COM '05) is an anchor/reporter for KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colo.
  • John Breech (ENG/JRN ’05) covers the NFL for CBSSports.com in San Diego. Before making the jump to the NFL, Breech covered Pac-12 football and basketball for CBS Sports. While at Miami, he co-founded Miami Quarterly (MQ) with fellow student Melissa Herald.
  • Ethan Donaldson (JRN ’05) serves as an associate editor for ESPN, directing all editorial content for ESPNNewYork.com in the greater New York City area. He has also contributed to the Sandusky Register and AOL Music.
  • Jonathan Nielsen (COM ’05) is the chief revenue officer of Everything But the House (EBTH), a real estate company based out of Cincinnati. He previously founded his own development company but later partnered with the founders of EBTH to expand the business.
  • Chris Vogt (JRN '05) is the founder and owner of The Lindenwald Ledger. The newspaper was created in 2006 as an online news source, it is also a monthly print tabloid for the community located in Hamilton, Ohio.

Class of 2004

  • Laura Baverman (ENG/JRN ’04) is an editor at ExitEvent, a news site covering early stage companies in North Carolina. She previously worked as a freelance writer and for the Cincinnati Enquirer as a reporter.
  • Caroline Bogart (JRN ’04) is a Cleveland-based content architect for PR and marketing firm Akhia, producing content for blogs, newsletters, and for clients. She earned her Master’s in Communications Management from John Carroll University in 2007.
  • Jessica Flint (ENG ’04) is a New York-based editor and writer who is currently a senior features editor for Departures magazine and the editor of Centurion magazine, both magazines for American Express cardholders. She has held staff positions at Vanity Fair, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Marie Claire.
  • Jon Gambrell (ENG/SPN ’04) is the senior Gulf correspondent for The Associated Press, based in Dubai. He helps to lead coverage across the countries encompassed by the Gulf Cooperation Council, including Bahrain, Oman, and Saudi Arabia. His previous assignments included AP bureaus in Cairo and Nigeria.
  • Nick Griffin (COM '04) is a sports anchor/reporter for KMBC-TV in Kansas City.
  • Kathy Rowings (ENG/JRN ’04) is the justice program manager for the National Association of Counties in Washington, DC. She received her Doctor of Law from Northwestern University in 2012 after working as a journalist, going on to serve as an attorney prior to her current position.
  • Amy Scalia (COM ’04) is the CEO and publisher of Cincy Chic, an online magazine for women. She also serves as the business development manager for Cincinnati Profile, TV personality for STAR64 WSTR-TV, and blogger for Cincinnati.com.
  • Kimberly Schwind (COM ’04) is a senior public relations manager for the AAA Ohio Auto Club, serving as its primary spokesperson. She was previously a report and meteorologist for WHIO-TV in Dayton, OH.
  • Anna Shoup (ENG/JRN ’04) is currently a preschool teacher in Washington, DC, previously working as a web consultant for The World Bank and local and national editor for PBS NewsHour.
  • Ryan Stouffer (COM ’04) is an assistant professor of Digital Media at Longwood University in Virginia. He previously served as a media educator at BlueStar in the San Francisco area after receiving his Ph.D from Wayne State University in Detroit.

Class of 2003

  • Megan O’Rourke (COM ’03) is a Morning Anchor for WKEF/WRGT in Dayton, OH, previously working as a reporter and fill-in anchor at FOX19 WXIX, WDTN-TV, and KIDK TV-3.

Class of 2002

  • Latraniecesa Wilson (COM ’02) works for the Coalition for Community Schools in Washington, DC. She previously founded LJW Social Media & PR Strategies after receiving her Masters in Public Relations from Kent University. After graduating from Miami, she was a junior strategic communications specialist at Addx Corp. and a producer for C-SPAN.

Class of 2001

  • Ivy Bayer (COM ’01) is currently a publisher of Cincinnati Magazine, having previously worked as advertising director and senior account executive for the company.
  • Andy Smith (MassCom ’01) has been working at WKRC in Cincinnati since he graduated. He started out as a production assistant and then became a writer before settling into his current role as a newscast producer. He is now a leader for the early evening broadcasts at the top-rated station in the market.

Classes of pre-2000

  • Adam Bain (ENG/JRN ’95) is the Chief Operation Officer at Twitter in the San Francisco area, where he leads Twitter's worldwide monetization efforts, business development and platform relations teams as the company's top business executive. He was formerly Twitter’s President of Global Revenue and Partnerships and worked for Fox Interactive Media, Fox Sports, and the Los Angeles Times. Bain was the commencement speaker at the College of Arts & Science graduation ceremony in 2015.
  • Anita Brikman (COM ’92) is a Co-Anchor for Nine News Now as a part of WUSA-TV in Washington, DC. She also leads the station’s medical unit and serves as a Health Correspondent. She was previously a health reporter and anchor for WPVI-TV in Philadelphia, PA.
  • Kevin George (Speech COM ’88) is the President and Chief Marketing Officer of Mosaic North America, a sales and marketing agency in Chicago. He previously worked as Global Chief Marketing Officer at Beam Suntory, which manufactures spirits.
  • Jason Griffin (COM ’94) is the Director of Marketing and Communications for Owens Community College in Toledo, OH. He has previously held positions in radio and television broadcasting for the Toledo Walleye ECHL hockey team and Toledo Mud Hens baseball team.
  • Michael Gruss (ENG/JRN ’99) is the Managing Editor for FedTech magazine, which explores solutions in technology. He has reported on local, state and federal governments, including covering national security space programs for SpaceNews. He also worked as a columnist for The Virginian-Pilot newspaper in Norfolk, VA.
  • Chris Kerber (MKT ’94) is the Vice President of Broadcasting and Content Development for the St. Louis Blues hockey team. He also serves as a Radio Play by Play Broadcaster for the team.
  • Amy Kressierer (COM '95) is a news producer for WBAL-TV in Baltimore.
  • Megan Moloney (MassCom '91) is the director of Digital Media Engagement for the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. Prior to joining VA, Moloney worked at the U.S. Secret Service, overseeing a wide range of media and public relations activities. She served as press secretary to Adm. Thad Allen on the Deepwater Horizon response, and was the Director of Radio and Television Production for the White House Press Office.
  • Jeff Pegues (COM ’92) is a National Correspondent for CBS News in Washington, DC. Previously, Pegues was a weekday anchor and reporter at WBAL in Baltimore, where he won an Emmy Award for his work. He has also worked at ABC News Channel 7 in New York and at WSVN in Miami, FL.
  • Chris Rose (ENG/JRN ’93) is a commentator for the MLB Network and NFL Network. He hosts a number of shows, including Intentional Talk, NFL GameDay Highlights, NFL GameDay Final, and NFL Total Access. He was previously an announcer for Fox Sports.
  • Shannon Russell (JRN ’98) is a Sports Reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer, devoting her time to covering Xavier men's basketball, the Western & Southern Open and the Flying Pig Marathon.
  • Amy Wolf (COM ’95) is the National Communications Coordinator for Vanderbilt University, where she produces videos to promote the university. She previously served as the Senior Public Affairs Officer for Vanderbilt and a Producer for WBAL-TV in Baltimore, MD.