Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Superb Woman

Superb Woman: Ashanti Blaize-Hopkins

Ashanti Blaize-Hopkins is the first Black woman ever to hold the position of Vice President of the Society of Professional Journalists in the organization’s 113 year history.

Ashanti Blaize-Hopkins

A tenured professor of journalism at Santa Monica College, Ashanti Blaize-Hopkins was an adjunct instructor at USC and Assistant Director of Student Media at Loyola Marymount University.  She co-founded Get Media PR, was a media relations consultant for The Harrell Group, adjunct professor at Richland College, and anchor reports at NBC 5- Dallas, KLAS 8 News- TV and KFOX -TV. Ashanti served as President of the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists. She received a B.A. Degree in Sociology from Columbia University and a Masters Degree in Journalism from the University of Miami. Hailing from Virginia Beach, VA., where she graduated from Norfolk Academy, this wife and mother is committed and conscientious!

Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse

Written By

ADVERTISEMENT

Read The Current Issue

Texas Metro News

ADVERTISEMENT

You May Also Like

Superb Woman

She’s the gift that keeps on giving! After a rich and rewarding career in the Dallas ISD where she designed and implemented a model...

Superb Woman

Jowanda Jordan was the VOICE!

Superb Woman

Dr. Janice Ingram served as a member of the DeSoto ISD Board for 12 years; six as President and two as Board Secretary. For...

Superb Woman

Honorable Kathlyn Gilliam was the first African American female elected member of DISD Board of Trustees. Served 23 years and was elected President.Even before...

Advertisement