Bryan Monroe is the new vice president and editorial director of EBONY and JET magazines. He left Knight Ridder, where he was assistant vice president of news (and the second highest-ranking news executive) to join the executive editorial team of…

By Meg Owen On July 6, UW journalism students were given a glimpse of life after college when UW alumni Neil McReynolds visited their class. McReynolds shared tales stories of his varied career. McReynolds graduated from the School of Communications…

nmcreynolds@seanet.com Mr. McReynolds is President of McReynolds Associates, Inc., a Seattle-based firm that advises corporations, non-profit organizations and trade associations on how to increase the effectiveness of their boards. Also, in the spring of each year he teaches an MBA…

By Meghan Peters – When natural disasters hit Washington, many are left shaken, distressed and emotionally drained. For Rob Harper, it’s a long day at work – and a way to make a difference. The 1969 broadcast journalism alumnus is…

In a career spanning 36 years, Hatti has counseled clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to government, non-profit and educational institutions. They have included household names like American Express, Clorox, Sara Lee, Microsoft and GE Capital, as well as local…

By Keith Vance Wallie Funk is many things. He’s a journalist, a photographer, a community leader, a father, grandfather and husband. It’s near impossible to pick just one aspect of his life and say, “That’s the most important thing he’s…

Chris Douthitt: BA, 1973; Radio/TV Communications

Following graduation, and not knowing any better, Chris headed straight to Hollywood seeking a media career. Somewhat surprisingly he found one, starting literally on the ground floor (no room for a chair) as a sound effects sorter at a small-but-popular…

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