Hello! My name is Dania Romero and I am from South San Francisco. I transferred to San Francisco State University fall of 2019. It’s my second year here and plan to graduate spring of 2021 with a Bachelors in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts. I’ve had a passion for news ever since I became a news anchor my senior year in high school. I love being in front of the camera and informing people on current events as well as giving people a voice to express concerns and awareness. My goal is to become a news reporter and anchor for a station here in the bay area. I’m fluent in spanish, so working for a spanish news station is something I am always open to. During my free time, I enjoy driving up to the city and trying new food spots with my friends. Soccer has been a part of my life for over 15 years so going out to the field and kicking the ball around is a top stress reliever. I was so exciting when I heard State of Events was going to be available this semester, as it’s a class I been looking forward to taking since I stepped foot into SFSU. I plan on providing the best content, and write/shoot compelling news stories for you this semester!
Caurraine Titus graduated from San Francisco State University where she obtained a Bachelores degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts with an emphasis in print and online journalism. She is on path to becoming a news anchor in the Bay Area where she was born and raised. Titus passion for news stems from her hobbies of writing, informing, and educating her community, especially marginalized people of color.While growing up,Titusâ€™ desire to be a news anchor in the Bay Area also stems from the lack of representation she saw growing up in Oaklandâ€™s news media. Thus, Titus wants to be the change that she desires to see in the world, instead of waiting for someone to work up the courage to make a difference. She has experience in being on-camera talent, an assistant director, writing news articles, editing videos, and operating a camera.
Digital Creator, San Fransisco State University State of Events
Aspiring broadcast journalist and video producer.
Born in Fairfield California, Soad grew up watching baseball with her father. She quickly realized her love for the sport was more than a hobby and decided to make a career out of it. At her community college she enrolled in a sports broadcasting class which helped her practice her broadcast, reporting, and anchoring skills. She earned her entry level broadcasting certificate after finishing all requirements. She then transferred to San Francisco State University which helped her expand her skill set beyond being in front of the camera by establishing her editing, recording, and interviewing skills. She hopes to work for MLB network as a correspondent one day.
Yesenia is currently a communications senior passionate about empowering underserved communities through nonprofit work. As a BECA undergrad, she’s focusing on broadcast journalism in hopes to use her skills in content creation and storytelling to highlight the stories of those who are least represented. During her free time, she enjoys practicing self-care, such as: running, dancing, listening to music, and doing anything that makes her heart content. Yesenia is a strong believer that every experience, good or bad, brings a valuable lesson for personal growth.
April Scott is currently in her final semester at San Francisco State University. Since she was a little girl, she knew exactly what she wanted to do with her life. She aspires to work in any television production show from producing, directing, editing, and maybe even on-camera work. April currently works as a production assistant at KPIX 5 News in San Francisco along with many fellow SFSU students/alumni. You can also find her on Netflix Original Series “13 Reasons Why” portraying a high school student throughout the series. She has a strong passion for the entertainment industry and loves content creating from TikTok and YouTube. April is so excited to be a part of State of Events where she can work with creative people around her, inspire one another, and tell a story.
Hello! My name is Logan Flair, and I am a third year BECA major at SF State. I grew up in both Portland, Oregon and Ventura, California prior to attending SF State. I am very interested in the world of sports broadcasting. When I got to San Francisco and saw the BECA department, I knew I had to switch my major from journalism to BECA. I hope to one day work with CSN Northwest and be able to cover my favorite sports team, the Portland Trail Blazers. Outside of watching sports, I love playing guitar and exploring different parts of the Bay Area.
Violet Bhojwani is a visual creator and video editor from San Francisco with skills in color correction and grading in DaVinci Resolve. She has honed a lot of her skills for circa 2 years through editing her own original projects in Premiere Pro as a one woman show; just putting her creations out there for the love of the creative process which she calls contagious. She is now a senior at San Francisco State University, working hard to foster her craft with various online learning avenues. She will be graduating in the fall of 2021. She hopes to continue cultivating her skills to eventually work at Studio Ghibli, in other cinematic films and features, or in avant-garde video productions for other talented growing artists.
Nuri Illini Ahmad is a Malaysian scholar majoring in BECA with an emphasis in electronic media journalism. She is a graduating senior at SF State and an aspiring video journalist. During her time at SF State, Nuri gained extensive reporting, writing, and storytelling skills in TV and radio news production. In BECA 560, she had the opportunity to work on an entertainment beat with a team and interviewed Emmy-Award winning actress and SF State Alum, Alex Borstein. Her work from this class also won the Best Radio News in 2020 at the annual SF State BecaFest. Given her upbringing in a diverse and multi-racial country, Nuri has a knack for pitching and producing compelling stories that examine society’s culture, controversy, and taboo. Upon graduation, she plans to pursue her goals at an online media company such as Insider Inc., NowThis News, and AJ+. When she’s not chasing a story, you can find her sipping a cup of tea, baking, or traveling.
Clarissa is a SoCal native who moved to San Francisco four years ago to pursue her dream of becoming a local news reporter. Sheâ€™s been following her passion since she was 11 through her middle school and high school newscasts, and is currently completing her final year as a Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts major at San Francisco State University. Gonzalez works for local CBS affiliate KPIX as a production and licensing assistant and has dedicated her time in the newsroom to strengthening her writing and investigative skills. During her free time, Gonzalez loves to watch investigative documentaries, video-chat with her family back home, and spend time with her best friends. You can find her original reporting on Youtube at clarissagtv.
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