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Akilah Porter
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Akilah Porter

Akilah is from the Cleveland suburb of Beachwood, OH. She has been involved in journalism since she was 16-years-old, and knew that she was interested in this field since 7th grade. Akilah always dreamed of starting her own magazine, and still plans to make that dream come true. Until then Akilah will prepare to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in magazine journalism. After that, she would like to get a master’s in public relations. One magazine in particular she would like to work for Munaluchi Bridal magazine or Flashizblack (fashion) magazine. Prior to interning at WKSU, she gained journalistic experience from Triumph magazine, a Cleveland-based publication, as well as at the Warrensville Heights office of Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge. She really enjoys working at WKSU and has gained a lot of great experience and important skills while interning at the radio station.

Contact Akilah Porter (aporte12@wksu.org)

 
 

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