Becky Quick

When it comes to working in TV journalism, CNBC Anchor Becky Quick believes you need to take the job nobody else wants to get an “in” and make your mark. “The media business is hyper-competitive, and you have to be willing to sacrifice almost all your creature comforts to get your foot in the door,”…

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Whitney English

“Never take no for an answer.” It’s a piece of advice Whitney English swears by, and she’s living proof that the squeaky wheel does get the oil. Growing up in Tucson, Ariz., Whitney spent many days admiring the hosts of “E! News”, imagining the day that she, too, would hold the microphone in front of millions…

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Stephanie Humphrey

As a nationally recognized tech-life expert, Stephanie Humphrey can be found weekly on local TV or Ebony.com, breaking down technology for the average person. She’s also busy with various STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) speaking engagements, voiceover work and on-camera gigs. Stephanie’s tech career began outside of the public eye years earlier. She earned…

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Sarah Crandall

News changes in the blink of an eye, and with that, you have to be flexible and go with the flow. Sarah Crandall knows this firsthand as the web and associate news producer for WECT TV6 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Although she had planned on a traditional print career, Sarah reached out to a local…

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Vittoria Woodill

Vittoria Woodill lives and breathes fashion on a budget for her lifestyle confidence blog, Polished for Pennies (P4P). Since September 2011, Vittoria has been documenting her fabulous finds, inspiration and resourcefulness through video and blog posts with themed months and photo shoots — what she describes as “tips and tricks to looking, feeling and living like a…

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Emilie Ritter Saunders

Emilie Ritter Saunders is a digital reporter for StateImpact Idaho, a new journalism initiative where NPR member stations in eight states work together to do in-depth, investigative reporting. Based in Boise, Emilie travels the state to explain how state issues and policy affect people’s lives, focusing especially on economic issues. Being part of an trailblazing journalism…

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Emily Reppert

Television hosting is a coveted gig for many broadcasting hopefuls, and Emily Reppert was no exception. Ever since she was a little girl in Reading, Pa., she had aspirations of being in front of the camera, and Emily followed those dreams, wherever they took her. After graduating college in May 2009, Emily co-hosted the popular…

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Stacy Sturm

Stacy Strum will know she’s “made it” the day she dances “on the arm of Maksim Chmerkovskiy in a costume that would make strippers blush.” Not only does this perfectly capture the humor Stacy finds is so necessary in a successful radio host, but also the persistence and drive that keeps her striving for more….

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Janice Dean

June means hurricane season. And for Janice Dean, a Canadian weathercaster on FOX News, that likely means long hours. Janice doesn't mind, though, because it also means an opportunity to help make sure people are prepared and safe from natural disasters. " When people listen to those warnings and we don’t have a lot of…

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Christine Clayburg

Christine Clayburg loved acting, but didn't consider herself "pretty, thin or rich" enough to make it her career. So she pursued another love: science. But when TV station managers came searching the earth sciences department for "weather girls," Christine had the chance to combine her two interests. She went on to build a career with more…

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