We have two DMAA guest speakers coming up in the immediate future.
This Thursday, February 25, representatives from FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) will be here to present information to our students in the PAC during 3rd period. DMAA careers students should attend, and other interested DMAA students can attend with the permission of their 3rd period teachers.
On Tuesday, March 1, Michele Mitchell (producer, director, broadcast journalist) will be here to talk about her career with our students in the PAC during 3rd period. DMAA careers students should attend, and other interested DMAA students can attend with the permission of their 3rd period teachers.
All DMAA students are welcome to attend our career guest speaker series with permission from your 3rd period teacher. Please see your DMAA teacher for a permission slip.
Michele is the executive editor and co-founder at Film at Eleven, where she has been director/producer of "Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?" (OPB/PBS) and executive producer of "Reporting for Duty" (PBS). A Murrow award-winning broadcast journalist known for her political investigative work, she is a former correspondent for “NOW with Bill Moyers” (PBS) and was the political anchor at CNN Headline News. She has reported extensively from most of the 50 states, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and North Africa. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Michele started her career on Capitol Hill. She is the author of three books, including two regional bestselling novels, and currently writes the “Letter from New York” column for GQ Italia. She is on the board of advisors for the Authors Guild, BYKids and Water is Life. On twitter as @MicheleFilmAt11