Author: David Hazelwood

JEA announces 2020 election results

Sarah Nichols, MJE, of Whitney High School, Rocklin, California, has been elected as the 35th president of the national Journalism Education Association and will lead the JEA board for three more years starting May 1. Nichols received 100 percent of the 426 votes cast for an unanimous endorsement of the voting members of the organization.…
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2020 JEA election candidate statements

President Sarah Nichols, MJE Bio: For 21 years, Sarah Nichols, MJE, has been teaching journalism and advising student media. Whitney High Student Media (Details yearbook, The Roar newsmagazine and Whitney Update website) is a nationally award-winning program in Rocklin, California. Nichols has been involved in JEA’s leadership since 2009, serving with Scholastic Press Rights, Digital…
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General Meeting Minutes, Fall Washington, D.C.

Minutes Journalism Education Association General Membership Meeting Nov. 22, 2019 • 8 a.m. Lincoln 2, Exhibition Level • Marriott Wardman Park • Washington, D.C. CALL TO ORDER President Sarah Nichols called the meeting to order at 8 a.m. ATTENDEES Board Members: Sarah Nichols, Val Kibler, Lori Keekley, Megan Fromm, Michael Malcom Bjorklund, Laura Negri, Julia…
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Fall 2019 Semiannual Report

JEA’s semiannual report contains updates from staff, board members, committee chairs, state directors and liaisons. Kelly Glasscock, CJE Executive Director Journalism Education Association 105 Kedzie Hall 828 Mid-Campus Dr. S. Manhattan, KS 66506-1500 Phone: 785-532-7822 Email: Kelly@jea.org   Membership: Voting membership stands at 2,666, with total membership at 2,963, which is 98 percent of total membership from…
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