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Alli Joseph brings over fifteen years’ experience in the media field as television producer, writer, advertising creative, program coordinator and programming developer. She, like all New U participants, is also an entrepreneur, a journey that began when she founded and became Executive Producer of Seventh Generation Stories, a personal and family history company that uses the latest media technologies to help individuals, families and groups capture their stories across a variety of platforms. In this role, Alli oversees the planning, production, interviewing, writing and design of multiple projects per annum, and also consults for non-profits and traditional/digital media companies looking to amend their brand or extend their brand reach. Alli is a member of the Producers Guild of America New Media Council (PGA-NMC) and the Author’s Guild. Alli currently sits on the board of the American Indian Community House (AICH) and is the ex-officio representative for NAJA (Native American Journalists Association) to the Radio and Television Digital News Association (RTDNA), advocating for Native peoples in the media business — particularly broadcasting, online and print journalism. She has worked in editorial and creative roles for large media outlets like NBC Universal, CBS News, Viacom, Cablevision, Food Network, AOL and Time, Inc. Alli is a published author with Harper Collins, a 2007 McCormick Tribune Foundation Fellow in executive media management, and a 2010 Poynter Institute Sense-Making Fellow.
Doug Mitchell founded and managed NPR’s “next generation radio.” It was a program funded by NPR to recruit, train and retain young people interested in public radio. In partnership with the minority journalist associations, College Broadcasters INC and NPR member stations, next generation radio trained hundreds of young people and today many are heard on public radio across the country. Competitively selected students were paired with a mentor and together they conceived, developed, reported, wrote, produced and edited a story on a deadline. Doug’s 21.5 year career at NPR was recognized in 2009 by the Public Radio News Directors INC (PRNDI), UNITY and the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) with their lifetime achievement awards.
Today, Doug is the Career Coach and blogger for Knowledgewebb.net, a member-supported online technology resource for journalists of all ages and backgrounds. Also, Doug is the project manager for the African-American Public Radio Stations project under the National Federation of Community Broadcasters where he consults to 30 designated African-American public radio stations across the U.S. And, he teaches an “Intro To Radio” short course at the City University Of New York Graduate School of Journalism (CUNY) in New York City.
Doug is a former Dow Jones Newspaper Fund awardee. He is a 1997 Knight International Press Fellow, a 2003 US State Department Visitor grantee , a 2007 Fulbright “Senior Specialist” grantee to Santiago, Chile and a 2010 Poynter Institute Sense-Making Fellow.