Student Appointed to the 2015 Society of Professional Journalists
Georgia State University student appointed to 2015 Society of Professional Journalists – Georgia Pro board of directors
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Ciara Frisbie, sophomore at Georgia State University majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in film and video production, has been appointed to the 2015 Society of Professional Journalists – Georgia board of directors this January. Frisbie will serve as a student representative for this professional journalists board.
Frisbie is the news editor for The Signal, an independent newspaper for Georgia State University. She is also the vice president of Georgia State University’s Society of Professional Journalists student chapter and media representative for GSU’s Student University Center Advisory Board. She is also a Georgia News Lab student.
Her recent achievements include nomination for the Reporter of the Year award at the 2014 national ACP/CMA conference, attribution within Creative Loafing, Atlanta’s GSU/GPB partnership and WRAS 88.5 content and awarded Staff Member of the Year (2013 -2014).
Frisbie will act in a leadership position with an organization for more than 100 years has been dedicated to encouraging a climate in which journalism can be practiced more freely and fully. SPJ and SPJ Georgia stimulates high standards and ethical behavior in the practice of journalism and perpetuating a free press.
For more information, link to spjgeorgia.com.