Wogrammer Journalism Fellowship 2018
We are proud to announce Wogrammer’s 2018 Journalism Fellowship Program. Read below to meet our recipients and finalists for the fellowship!
2018 Wogrammer Journalism Fellowship Recipients
Kristen Shipley
Kristen Shipley is a recent graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, where she studied Journalism and Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. She is passionate about diversity and creating positive change. Her previous internships include the US House of Representatives, Facebook, and Google, and she will start full-time at Google as an Associate Product Marketing Manager this Fall. She hopes to influence the tech industry by emphasizing representation and authenticity. Excited to join the wogrammer team, she looks forward to sharing stories highlighting amazing women in STEM.
Regine De Guzman
Regine De Guzman is a Computer Science and Cognitive Science student at UC Santa Cruz. Growing up in Long Beach, California, her immigrant parents supported all her learning pursuits despite the different educational expectations between Filipino and American cultures. She was passionate about science and helping others, and dreamt about being a doctor someday. After receiving her first laptop from a scholarship, she stumbled into coding in college and fell in love. From serving as the 2017 Girls Who Code San Francisco Bay Area Regional Champion to tutoring AP Computer Science for underprivileged girls at Girls Inc. in Oakland, she mentors and inspires other young women to get into technology. She will be interning in Washington D.C. with the US Census Bureau this summer. One day, she hopes to be a Computer Science university professor.
2018 Wogrammer Journalism Fellowship Finalist
Ameena Golding