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Angeline Taylor

Angeline (Angie) Taylor is a graduate student with 20 years experience in the news industry. She began her career as a management trainee with The New York Times Regional Newspaper Group, after which she worked as a marketing executive, customer service manager and promotions manager.After a few years on the business side of the industry, she returned to her first love of writing. She worked as a kindergarten-12th grade education reporter, business reporter, higher education reporter and executive editor. Throughout her career, Taylor won local and state awards for her work including “A Day in the Life of a Sex Offender” and “Fight to Ban Books Brings in Author.” She is also the recipient of several fellowships including: The Maynard Institute’s Management Training Center at Northwestern University’s J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management and The Maynard Institute’s Multimedia Training Fellowship with the University of Nevada’s Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism.Today, Taylor is a Ph.D. student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Her research interests focus on how journalism and mass communications intersect with marginalized communities and how those experiences can lead to opportunities for growth in media literacy.

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