Master's Alumni Profiles

Here you can read about our master's program alumni, where they're working now and how Newhouse prepared them for their current careers.

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E.g., 03/23/2019
Janine Mack G'13

Janine Mack G'13

“At Newhouse, you learn how to report, anchor, produce, shoot video and edit video. I was able to tailor my experience to both reporting and producing, because I knew that I wanted a job that incorporated aspects of both.”

Jose Cuevas G'18

Jose Cuevas G'18

I discovered Sports Anchoring which I did not consider at all prior to applying. I had tunnel vision as I am sure a lot of sports students have when entering this field. But anchoring has been a lot of fun since Newhouse prepared me to do it all!

Aline Martins G'17

Aline Martins G'17

“Take whatever classes you think will be most beneficial to your career, but make sure to get as many digital skills as you can. Digital is not the future. It’s the present.”

John Boudreau G'18

“Advocate for yourself and for your career interests—that’s part of the reason you’re in grad school! Don’t be afraid to blaze your own trail.”

Elena DeLuccia

Elena DeLuccia G'17

“Don’t ever think that you’re above something or someone, whether it’s making or buying a cup of coffee for someone or doing a menial task. Treat everything with equal importance.”

Tommy Farrell Jr. G'18

Tommy Farrell Jr. G'18

“The advice I have is to be a sponge. Soak everything in and ask questions.”

Luis Rendon G'11

Luis Rendon G'11

“In journalism you’re only as good as the last thing you’ve done, so early in my career I just kept in mind that every day was an opportunity to get another clip and make my portfolio as strong as possible.”

Nichole Henderson G'17

Nichole Henderson G'17

“My biggest piece of advice for all current and incoming students is to take advantage of all opportunities presented!”

Isabel Sanchez G'17

Isabel Sanchez G'17

“The fact that you get to learn from so many world-renowned experts with decades of experience in the field is something you can't find anywhere else.”

Briana Prevost G'13

Briana Prevost G'13

“Arts Journalism is a renowned journalism program that offered, allowed and encouraged growth in so many areas of the arts which is what I knew I wanted to make my career out of.”

Jon Cerio G'17

Jon Cerio G'17

“What makes the BDJ master’s program special is its immersive and intensive qualities. The classmates you work alongside, struggle and commiserate with, and celebrate your triumphs with—they become your second family.”

Paul Brady G'05

Paul Brady G'05

“No matter what your goal—and no matter what happens in the media business—I’m a strong believer that knowing how to effectively communicate will always be in demand.”