NAA Minority Fellowships p.43

By: Editorial Staff THE NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION of America has named 20 newspaper employees as recipients of NAA Minority Fellowships designed to help minorities ascend to management positions in the industry.
The fellowship recipients, who are slated to attend workshops and training seminars in January-June 1997, are: Debra L. Adams, education editor, Virginian-Pilot, Virginia Beach; Victor M. Andino, copy editor, Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville; Stan Austin, deputy editor-electronic media, Kansas City Star; Ollette E. Boyd, circulation director-administration, Detroit Newspaper Agency; Kara Briggs, staff writer, Oregonian, Portland; Joyce M. Brown, Houston-Peach market manager, Macon (Ga.) Telegraph; Juan Castillo, assistant metro editor, the Austin (Texas) American-Statesman; Mark G. Contreras, president and publisher, the Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Gwen Davis, new business development manager, News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C.; and Melvin G. Greer, photo editor, the Greenwich (Conn.) Time.
Also: Joe Gutierrez, staff writer/ reporter, the Press-Enterprise, Riverside, Calif.; Sherwin Gutierrez Pulmano, employment manager, Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville; Fu Hang, marketing development coordinator, Wausau (Wis.) Daily Herald; Bo Hok Cline, online art director, Seattle Times; Terrence James, staff photographer, the Record, Bergen County, N.J.; Michael Jung, advertising director, Florida Today, Melbourne; Ray Marcano, news manager, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News; Robert W. Parker, director of advertising, the Observer-Dispatch, Utica, N.Y.; Bernadette Sedillos Self, county government reporter, El Paso Times; and Jerome Thompson, graphic designer, the Herald, Rock Hill, S.C.


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