National Journalism Advisory Board

CCJ’s National Journalism Advisory Board is made up of leading journalists, editors, publishers and educators from across the country. They advise CCJ to ensure that we’re helping students develop the skills and networks needed to produce quality work and succeed in the ever-evolving media landscape.

And unlike many other programs, our students actually get quality face-time with our Board, as when advisors conduct mock job interviews,  provide feedback on student work and mentor students throughout their time at CCJ and beyond. Advisors not only help our students make connections, find quality internships and fellowships, and land their dream jobs; they help them make the most of their talents and developed skills to become leading voices and changemakers in an industry that needs fresh, innovative and bright minds.

Dan Grech
Vice President of Marketing and PR, OfferCraft; former News Director, WLRN Miami Herald News

Jennifer Greer, Ph.D.
Associate Provost, University of Alabama     

Michelle Holmes
Vice President of Content,

Rabun Matthews
Former President and General Manager, multiple Hearst Television stations; former Vice President of News, Pulitzer Broadcasting Company.

Mindy McAdams
Knight Chair, University of Florida College of Journalism & Communications

Doug Mitchell
Consultant/Project Manager, NPR; Adjunct Instructor, Georgetown University

Reg Murphy
Vice Chairman, National Geographic Society and former Publisher, The Baltimore Sun  

Neil Skene
Consultant and Former Publisher, Congressional Quarterly

Mark Stencel
Co-Director, Duke Reporters' Lab

Benét Wilson
Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Aviation Queen LLC; Chair of Diversity Committee, Online News Association; Vice President of Education, National Association of Black Journalists' Digital Journalism Task Force