Mallary Tenore

Mallary Tenore is the associate director of the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin’s Moody College of Communication. In this role she oversees the Center’s staff, programmatic work, events, fundraising, and more. She’s also a lecturer in UT’s School of Journalism, where she teaches introductory journalism courses for public relations majors. She was previously executive director of Images & Voices of Hope (ivoh), a media nonprofit, where she created a reporting fellowship and oversaw event management, community engagement, partnerships, fundraising, and the organization’s website and social media presence. Prior to ivoh, Mallary was managing editor of The Poynter Institute’s world-renowned media news site, Poynter.org, where she edited and reported stories about the media industry. She also taught in Poynter seminars geared toward helping journalists use social media for journalistic purposes. In 2013, she was named one of the top 50 female innovators in digital journalism. In 2012, she was featured on a list of the top 100 Twitter accounts every journalism student should follow and was named a Mirror Award finalist for outstanding media reporting. Mallary’s articles and essays have been published in The Washington Post, The Dallas Morning News, Austin Moms Blog and more. Mallary holds a bachelor’s degree from Providence College and is pursuing a master’s of fine arts in nonfiction writing.

Mallary Tenore es directora asociada del Centro Knight para el Periodismo en las Américas en el Moody College of Communication de la Universidad de Texas de Austin. Desde su rol, se encarga de la supervisión del personal del Centro Knight, el trabajo programático, los eventos, la recaudación de fondos y más. También es profesora en la Escuela de Periodismo de UT, en donde enseña cursos de introducción al periodismo para estudiantes de relaciones públicas. Anteriormente fue directora ejecutiva de Images & Voices of Hope (ivoh), una organización de medios sin fines de lucro, donde creó una beca para reportajes y supervisó la gestión de eventos, la participación de la comunidad, las alianzas, la recaudación de fondos, el sitio web de la organización y su presencia en redes sociales. Antes de ivoh, Mallary se desempeñó como jefe editorial del sitio web sobre medios periodísticos de renombre mundial The Poynter Institute, Poynter.org, donde editó y realizó reportajes sobre la industria de medios. También enseñó en seminarios de Poynter orientados a ayudar a periodistas en el uso de las redes sociales con fines periodísticos. En 2013, fue nombrada una de las 50 principales innovadoras en periodismo digital. En 2012, apareció en la lista de las 100 principales cuentas de Twitter que todo estudiante de periodismo debería seguir y fue nombrada finalista del Premio Mirror por sus excelentes reportajes en medios. Los artículos y ensayos de Mallary se han publicado en The Washington Post, The Dallas Morning News, Austin Moms Blog y más. Mallary hizo su licenciatura en Providence College y actualmente cursa una maestría en bellas artes, en escritura de no ficción.

Mallary Tenore é diretora associada do Centro Knight para o Jornalismo nas Américas da Universidade do Texas, na Moody College of Communication de Austin. Nessa função, ela supervisiona a equipe, o trabalho programático, eventos, captação de recursos e muito mais. Ela também é professora na Escola de Jornalismo da UT, onde ela dá cursos de introdução ao jornalismo para alunos de relações públicas. Anteriormente, ela foi diretora-executiva da Images & Voices of Hope (ivoh), uma organização de mídia sem fins lucrativos, onde criou uma bolsa de reportagem e supervisionou a gestão de eventos, envolvimento da comunidade, parcerias, a captação de recursos, o site da organização e a presença nas mídias sociais. Antes da ivoh, Mallary era editora-gerente do Poynter.org, site renomado do Poynter Institute de notícias de mídia, onde editou e escreveu histórias sobre a indústria da mídia. Ela também deu aulas em seminários no Poynter, voltados para ajudar os jornalistas a usar as mídias sociais para fins jornalísticos. Em 2013, foi nomeada uma das 50 mulheres mais inovadoras do jornalismo digital. Em 2012, ela figurou em uma lista das 100 principais contas do Twitter que todo estudante de jornalismo deveria seguir e foi nomeada finalista do Mirror Award por suas ​​reportagens sobre a mídia. Os artigos e ensaios de Mallary foram publicados no The Washington Post, no The Dallas Morning News, no Austin Moms Blog e muito mais. Mallary é bacharel pela Providence College e está cursando um mestrado de artes em escrita de não- ficção.

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