November 30, 2022

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NY Times announces Corps members

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The New York Times has announced its set of Corps members and their Times advisers as follows:

  • Faaya Adem, University of Minnesota, paired with John Eligon, bureau chief in Johannesburg
  • Destini Ambus, Auburn University, paired with Kathleen Kingsbury, Opinion editor
  • Erick A. Cabrera, California State University, Los Angeles, paired with Sona Patel, program and editorial director for The Times’s local investigative fellowship
  • Gabriela de Camargo Gonçalves, Virginia Commonwealth University, paired with Mike Abrams, director of journalism practices and principles
  • Miguel Lopezbaños Carrion, San Francisco State University, paired with Todd Heisler, photographer
  • Catherine Galanti, Loyola Marymount University, paired with Oskar Garcia, deputy editor, Sports
  • Nancy Gonzales, Suffolk University, paired with Becky Lebowitz Hanger, photographers’ chief
  • K’Von Jackson, Columbia College Chicago, paired with Ruth Fremson, photographer
  • Elijah Megginson, Morehouse College, paired with Ron Lieber, Your Money columnist, Business
  • Evelyn Mejia, University of Nebraska, paired with Brian Rosenthal, investigative reporter, Metro
  • Rabria Moore, University of Mississippi, paired with Steven Lee Myers, national security correspondent, Business
  • Reina Gabrielle Nieves, University of Central Florida, paired with Nikita Stewart, Real Estate editor
  • Toni Odejimi, Georgia State University, paired with Erica L. Green, reporter, Washington
  • Leah Ollie, Butler University, paired with Sopan Deb, reporter, Sports
  • Zurie Pope, University of Cincinnati, paired with Eduardo Medina, reporter, Express
  • José Romero, University of Texas at Arlington, paired with Cecilia Kang, reporter, Business
  • Gwynnevere Vang, St. Thomas University, paired with Sharon Chan, Culture and Careers deputy
  • Jada Chanel Vasser, Michigan State University, paired with Troy Closson, reporter, Metro
  • Holden Velasco, City University of New York, Queens, paired with Randy Archibold, Sports editor
  • Daina M. Wilson, North Carolina A&T University, paired with Rubina Madan Fillion, director of strategy, Opinion

An excerpt from the announcement reads:

“The Times Corps is meant specifically for students from underrepresented groups in journalism, such as students of color and/or students from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Access to quality career guidance stands as a critical challenge to many students seeking to be journalists. Applications will open again in spring 2023.”

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