July 12, 2021

Meet the C&A x PABJ Masterclass Winter Session Students

In January 2021, C&A and the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ) announced a partnership program geared toward fostering the education and network for students of color interested in the marketing and communications field. The inaugural cohort was comprised of a pool of exceptionally talented students from local universities; get to know more about them below.

For more information or to apply for an upcoming session, please visit www.cashmanandassociates.com/masterclass. The Summer session is slated to begin July 21, 2021 and is still accepting applications.

Lashanna Bryant  she/her
“I studied Media and Communications & English at Arcadia University. I have previously interned at Comcast NBC as an editorial production coordinator. I am also a fellow at the Emma Bowen Foundation, a multimedia intern at New Mexico In Depth, I and hope to establish a career in journalism and/or news reporting.”
Lashanna Bryant

 

 

 

 

 

Justina Tran she/her
“I am currently a junior at Arcadia University pursuing a degree in Media and Communication. When I am not studying or working on videos, you can find me giving tours on campus to prospective students and browsing social media whenever I get the chance. I am passionate about creating and producing media, whether it be editing videos, or writing captions for social media posts. I am hard-working and will dedicate all of my energy to any project that comes my way. I am adaptable and work best when I am surrounded by others. I aspire to work for Television and Film companies as I have experience in broadcasting, sound and light design, and production. Also working for Human Relations, where I continuously get to interact with other individuals, would be a fantastic career choice for me as I have a multitude of experience in that field as well.”
Justina Tran

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tylar Stanley she/her
“Tylar is a rising senior at West Chester University with dual concentrations in microbiology and journalism. An energetic and detail-oriented worker, Tylar is seeking opportunities in storytelling, whether it be related to her classical science training or consumer lifestyle. With a grasp of complex subject matter, Tylar applies her strategic communications and natural relationship building skills to multiple applications across her various leadership, community, journalism, and public relations projects. Key attributes: detail oriented, grasp of fact-based storytelling, self-starter, leader in journalism and avid networker.”
Tylar Stanley

 

 

 

 

 

Amelia Mauldin she/her
Communications Intern, Philadelphia City Councilmember Jamie Gauthier
University of Pennsylvania, Communication and Media Studies
DePauw University, Communication and Media Studies
Amelia Mauldin

 

 

 

 

 

 

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