2015 Minority Leadership Institutes

In 2015, ASNE hosted three Minority Leadership Institutes, sponsored by the American Press Institute, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Loyola University Chicago's School of Communication and the Scripps Howard Foundation. The institutes selected and trained 40 mid-level news leaders around the country. 

Minority Leadership Institute at NABJ

When and whereAug. 6-7 during the NABJ Convention & Career Fair in Minneapolis
Participants


Stacy Threatt, Houston Public Media
Greg Moore, The Associated Press
Shiree Woody, ABC 7
John Ketchum, The Center for Public Integrity
Amie Hudspeth, Saga Communications
Boyzell Hosey, Tampa Bay Times
Dorine Bethea, LNP Media Group
Priska Neely, NPR
Melinda Woolbright, WRC/NBC 4
Selwyn Crawford, The Dallas Morning News
Phil Pina, St. Paul Pioneer Press
Donna Stewart, KNSD/NBC 7

Minority Leadership Institute at NAHJ/RTDNA/SPJ

When and whereSept. 17-18 before the Excellence in Journalism conference in Orlando 
Participants

Andre Rodriguez, CBS News
Denice Rios, NPR
Desiree Hicks, NPR
Gloria Romano-Barrera, LATINA Style Magazine
Harry Walker, Naples Daily News
Jasmin Lopez, Making Contact
Karen Rundlet, The Miami Herald
Mealand Ragland, Gallatin News Examiner & Hendersonville Star News
Oskar Garcia, The Associated Press
Rolando Arrieta, NPR
Tony Elkins, Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Minority Leadership Institute at ASNE-APME

When and whereOct. 15-16 before the ASNE-APME conference in Palo Alto, California 
Participants

Aaron Bracamontes, Carlsbad Current-Argus
Aaron Williams, San Francisco Chronicle
Arnessa Garrett, The Dallas Morning News
Christian Ramirez, Wick Communications
Gail Wilson, The Press of Atlantic City 
Jack Chang, The Sacramento Bee
Jennifer Kim
Leezel Tanglao, CNNMoney
Marian Liu, Sun Sentinel
Michael Grant, San Francisco Chronicle
Michelle Gaitan, San Angelo Standard Times
Michelle Morgante, The Merced Sun-Star
Rachel Schallom, Fusion
Ryan Carter, Los Angeles News Group
Sylvia Ulloa, Las Cruces Sun-News
Tony Balandran, The Victoria Advocate
Sarah Glover, NBC Owned Television Stations