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  • Izack Tenorio – President
    '17 MPA Public Administration
  • Linett Posada – Vice President
    16 BS Public Administration
  • Nicole Santero – Secretary
    '16 MA Journalism & Media Studies; '13 BA Communication Studies
  • Christian Salas – Treasurer
    '15 BA Criminal Justice
  • Yessica Palma – Member at Large
    '19 MSW Social Work

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Jon Castagnino, a graduate of the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies, discusses his academic career.

Jon Castagnino, a graduate of the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies, discusses his academic career.

Guy Demarco, a graduate of of the emegrency crisis management degree program, describes his experiences in the master's program.

Guy Demarco, a graduate of of the emegrency crisis management degree program, describes his experiences in the master's program. 

Class Notes

Brittany Thompson

Brittany Thompson, '11 BA Communication Studies, is a script supervisor, TV production professional, and singer / songwriter who recently released her debut single in the middle of a global pandemic. She says isolation gave her the space to reconnect with her first love, music, and use her creativity and production skills to release the song independently. "Permission," is the name of the song, which she released under the name Brit Thompson. It's available everywhere music can be streamed. She began her entertainment career as the director's production assistant at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in 2012. She also maintains a travel blog called Cultures Uncovered that documents her journeys around the globe and shares resources with other female solo travelers. She lives in Los Angeles.

Kelsey Fraga

Kelsey Fraga, ’13 BA Journalism and Media Studies, began work right after graduation as an assistant account executive at HeBS Digital, a company that provides digital marketing for hotels. She since has received two Above and Beyond awards and was promoted this year to account executive. She is training for the Disneyland marathon. Other hobbies include taking workout classes and hiking. She lives in Henderson with her husband, three cats, and two dogs.

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