Our location in New York City helps CCNY attract passionate, diverse and experienced faculty members who continue to work in their fields. Our professors, full-time and adjunct, have wide experience in newspapers, magazines, digital, television, radio and podcasting. They've worked as reporters, editors, producers and writers for news organizations that include The New York Times, New York Daily News, ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, CBS-2, FOX5, UPN9, CNBC, BET, WNYC Public Radio, Science Magazine, The Haitian Times, MIC.com, Essence, The Source, Vibe, Salon, theRoot and The Guardian and Mic.com.
LINDA VILLAROSA (above, wearing glasses, with student editors) returns to campus from sabbatical in the fall. She has run the journalism program and advises students and acts as faculty advisor to The Campus. She is a New York Times Magazine contributing writer and her latest story, 'A Terrible Price': The Deadly Disparities of Covid-19 in America, put the spotlight on the high number of African American deaths in New Orleans and throughout the country. Her story "America's Hidden HIV Epidemic" appeared on the cover in June 2017. Her story "Why America's Black Mothers and Babies Are in a Life-or-Death Crisis" ran in April 2018. Professor Villarosa was also the health editor of the New York Times and served as the executive editor of Essence Magazine. She has written or co-written a number of books, as well as a novel and is currently working on a book about inequality, race and health for Doubleday. You can read more about her career here.
She graduated from the University of Colorado with a B.A. in Journalism. Professor Villarosa spent a year at the Harvard School of Public Health on a Health Communications Fellowship. In 2013, she graduated from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, with a concentration in multimedia and entrepreneurial journalism and urban reporting. While in graduate school, she developed Harlem Focus, an award-winning website that gives students hands-on training in multimedia journalism.
She teaches Introduction to Journalism, Reporting and Writing and Race and Media.
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BARBARA NEVINS TAYLOR is the Acting Journalism Program Director. She in the middle with her students at The Associated Press. Professor Nevins Taylor teaches Introduction to Journalism and TV Reporting, advises students and oversees HarlemView. The online publication is a showcase for student reporting and writing.
Her investigative reporting at TV stations in New York, Atlanta, Kentucky and Alabama earned 22 Emmy Awards and more than 50 journalism awards and honors. Nevins Taylor graduated from The City College (1970) and loves sharing what she learned as a journalist with students.
During her TV career Nevins Taylor pursued stories that made a difference in the lives of individuals and the community. Her reports earned praise, generated government action and helped send wrongdoers to prison. Long before the most recent financial crisis, Barbara exposed flaws in the mortgage lending and banking systems that led poor people into financial ruin.
On ConsumerMojo.com, which she founded in 2012, Nevins Taylor uses the latest digital storytelling techniques to serve a growing audience that needs reliable information about complicated issues.
Nevins Taylor has contributed to The New York Times Op-Ed page, writing about criminal justice, foster care and young people in New York City. Her writing has also focused on concerns of parents and women and has appeared in national magazines. Her book Beautiful Skin of Color, with doctors Jeanine Downie and Fran Cook-Bolden, published by ReganBooks, evolved from her television reports.
CCNY Alumni awarded her the prestigious Townsend Harris medal for career achievement and she is also in the Communications Alumni Group’s Hall of Fame. She wants her students to get there, too.
Garry Pierre Pierre in the photo above he is being honored at by the Center for Community and Ethnic Media. Professor Pierre-Pierre is a Pulitzer Prize-winning, multi-media and entrepreneurial journalist. He is a senior producer on CUNY TV’s DiverseCity. Professor Pierre-Pierre is the co-founder and former executive director of the Center for Community and Ethnic Media at the Craig Newman Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York. He is also the founder of The Haitian Times, and spent six years as a staff reporter at the New York Times. A native of Haiti, Pierre-Pierre is the author of “30 Seconds:The Quake that destroyed Haiti”, a book of photography that illustrates the wreckage of the January 2010 earthquake.
ANGELA HARDEN (with student producers) is the General Manager/Program Director of WHCR 90.3 FM and teaches Radio Journalism and Supervised Radio Station Study.
She is a resident of Harlem and a summa cum laude graduate of the City College of New York with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. After graduation, Harden worked for five years in print journalism for Unfold magazine, Honey magazine and the web-based magazine, Urban Box Office.
Harden been an adjunct in the Media Communication Arts department since 2000. Her teaching style utilizes WHCR as a learning laboratory which gives students hands-on radio experience. In her Radio Journalism class students are required to produce a live show─ Uptown Focus and many have gone on to produce their own radio shows.
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ART JONES teaches Fundamentals of Multimedia Production. He has worked with film, digital video, television and interactive media in the roles of director, director of photography, and editor. He has produced and directed pieces for organizations including MTV , Deep Dish Television, and the Women's Health Project of New York City Department of Health.
Jones has served as Director of Photography on various documentaries and projects for clients including The New York Times, Red Bull BC One Tokyo, and the American Civil Liberties Union