Brianna Nargiso

Brianna Nargiso is a recent graduate of the Howard University Cathy Hughes School of Communications with a major in media, journalism, and film and a minor in political science. With a niche for social justice, education, and public health, she has been a writer and content contributor for multiple publications, including The Root, 101 Magazine, Howard University News Service, and more. Her stories range from profiles and event recaps to politics, and breaking news. She has also been nominated for a Hearst journalism award. She is an active member of The National Association for Black Journalists and has worked with both Teach for America and the Peace Corps. She has recently enrolled in Mercer University’s graduate school further her interest in being an international change agent.

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In The News The Flint & Genesee Group summer internship program is set to launch on June 23, 2022.
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“My goal is to do what Spike Lee did for Brooklyn for Flint”


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