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Sydney Johnson

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Sydney Johnson is a current Freshman at George Mason University and is majoring in communications with a concentration in journalism. Sydney involves herself in many ways through the world of communication by being apart of the school newspaper “The Fourth Estate”, anchoring for Mason Cable Network, and being apart of GMU’s Society of Professional Journalists chapter. Her goal by the end of college is to continue her focus on print journalism and broadcast journalism. She cannot wait to meet this year’s WJMC Correspondents!

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Alexandria Millet

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Alexandria Millet is a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying in Journalism with certificates in Educational Policy Studies and Criminal Justice. She is originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and attended WJMC in 2015. She has worked at various magazines and online news outlets and has a love for print journalism. Alexandria is passionate about education and justice and she uses journalism to give voice these issues.

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Kara Imani-Moss

KARA MOSS

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Kara-Imani Moss is a rising junior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She is a Communication Studies major with a minor in Journalism. Upon graduating, she plans to use her passion for writing to advocate for marginalized communities. She currently works with Prison Fellowship as a Justice Ambassador pushing for reform in the criminal justice system. While words and activism are her first loves, she also enjoys hiking, photography, and traveling abroad. Kara attended WJMC back in 2015 and is excited to be back again this summer!

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Megan Mittelhammer

MEGAN MITTELHAMMER

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Megan is a rising junior at The University of Georgia in Athens (Go Dawgs!). She is studying journalism and political science and is interested in political communication. She works for the student newspaper, The Red & Black, and has served as staff writer, digital producer, and social media editor. She is also a member of the broadcast society on campus. Megan is so excited to return to WJMC as a JFA and can’t wait to share her love and passion for journalism with all of the correspondents!

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I’Kesha Little

I'KESHA LITTLE

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I’Kesha Little is a sophomore at George Mason University majoring in Government and International Politics with a minor in Political Communications. She loves to talk, dance, write, and meet new people. She believes that being confident and remaining true to yourself, your values, and your aspirations will take you a very long way!

Native to Raleigh, North Carolina, I’Kesha gives credit to the Washington Journalism and Media Conference she attended in the summer of 2016 for bringing her to George Mason University.  She often explains the endless opportunities WJMC has blessed her with- it not only helped I’Kesha find herself, but it helped her find her home, too!

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Haley Ziomek

HALEY ZIOMEK

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Haley Ziomek is a rising junior majoring in Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication and minoring in Spanish at the University of Texas at Dallas. She attended WJMC in 2016 as a correspondent and is thrilled to be back as a junior faculty advisor in 2019. Since WJMC16, Haley has worked for a media broadcasting company, co-hosted a section of her university television program, and landed a Public Relations internship in Madrid, Spain. Haley enjoys playing on her university soccer team, volunteering at an on-campus food bank, and serving as the Vice President of Public Relations and Recruitment for the UT-Dallas chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.

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Arthur Kennington

ARTHUR KENNINGTON

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Arthur Kennington is a rising Sophomore at George Mason University studying Business Management. He is an alumni of WJMC 2016 Conference back as a rising Junior in high school. He has lived in the Northern Virginia area all his life, attended Oakton High School, and hopes to settle there in the future with a job in Washington, DC. At George Mason University he is a soon to be member of the Delta Chi Fraternity in the Alpha Alpha Class. Arthur loves to play soccer, video games, and has a strong passion for music. He is a die hard fan of both Liverpool FC and the New York Yankees. Arthur can’t wait to return to WJMC again this summer! If you want to reach out to me with any questions over social media please feel free to ask over Instagram @arthurkennington or Facebook!

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Maggie Attridge

MAGGIE ATTRIDGE

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Maggie is a rising sophomore in the Media, Self and Society College Scholars program at the University of Maryland in College Park.  She is double majoring in journalism and government/politics. At UMD, she is involved with the UMD Student Government Association and the Student Alumni Leadership Council.  She is from Columbia, Maryland, and attended WJMC in 2017 as a correspondent. She can’t wait to return to share her experiences with the new correspondents!

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Laura Scudder

LAURA SCUDDER

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Laura Scudder is a sophomore at George Mason University majoring in communication with a concentration in journalism and minoring in Spanish. Originally from Chelsea, Michigan, Laura moved to Virginia to attend school at GMU to connect with those in the DC metropolitan area while learning about journalism. She works for George Mason’s student newspaper, Fourth Estate, as the Social Media Editor, is a staff writer for Her Campus George Mason and is a member of George Mason’s chapter of Society of Professional Journalists.

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Gabriela Latimer

GABRIELA LATIMER

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Gabriela is a rising junior at George Mason University. She is part of several organizations on campus such as Students Demand Action, Chi Omega sorority, Mason Ambassadors, and the Honors College Recruitment Team. She has a great passion for human rights, reflected in her major, global affairs, as well as seen in other service works she has taken part in.  Gabriela is so excited to be returning to WJMC as a JFA and cannot wait to meet all the students who are passionate about journalism!