Shernay Williams, Afro.com
Shernay Williams is a budding young journalist, who is passionate about unveiling the unique perspectives of people, discovering the perfect way to tell a story and producing quality news in all the mediums—print, TV, radio and online.
Currently, she is the Baltimore Bureau reporter for The AFRO American Newspaper (www.AFRO.com) and a stringer for the National Public Radio affiliate, WYPR 88.1. She has freelanced for various news outlets including Diverse Issues in Higher Education Magazine and the Baltimore Times.
She’s also dabbled in television and film production as an on-camera interviewer for two local television shows; an intern at WBAL TV and Maryland Public Television; and a production assistant for Def Poetry Jam, Comedy Central and the movie Smalltimore.
At her last job, she was a public relations associate and writer for her alma mater, Coppin State University. She hails from Baltimore, Maryland, but adores traveling. Her most recent trip was to Florence, Italy, where she studied abroad for four months and her feature writing appeared in Florence’s tourist magazine.
Greater Baltimore Economic Forum: The Honorable VINCENT J. GARDINA
Friday, June 28, 2013
7:47 AM to 9:00 AM EDT
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Five Farms Clubhouse
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Fourth Political Mondays :: June 24th @ SOCIETY LOUNGE, SILVER SPRING :: Marc Clarke & Troy Johnson :: Sponsored in-part by www.bmorenews.com
SOCIETY LOUNGE :: 8229 Georgia Ave Silver Spring, MD 20910 :: (301) 565-8864 :: www.societyss.com
Montgomery County Council, County Exec, House of Delegates, State Senate: All candidates running for office in Montgomery County
are welcome to attend and participate.
Come and tell us why YOU should get OUR vote!
Candidates can RSVP to Marc Clarke:Call 301.728.6695 or email email@example.com.
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Frederick Douglass Statue To Represent District at U.S. Capitol - As Douglass Descendants Continue Fight To End Slavery
Amongst the members of Congress, historians, popular personalities and national press, the descendants of Frederick Douglass will be in attendance during the unveiling ceremony. Nettie Washington Douglass is the Abolitionist’s great great granddaughter as well as the great granddaughter of Tuskegee University Founder and renown educator, Booker T. Washington. She is Chairwoman of Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI), an Atlanta-based, non-profit organization dedicated to ending the many forms of slavery that still survive in the world today.
“We are so proud that the Congress of the United States has chosen to honor Frederick Douglass in this way,” said Ms. Douglass. “We especially want to thank Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton of the District of Columbia for her outstanding work on making it a reality.” Read in Full >>