Rolando Arrieta BA Snyder 2017-02-13T14:41:04+00:00
“I look forward to work alongside the planning committee to help implement a conference program with up-to-date workshops and training sessions in English and Spanish that will help shape our future journalistic storytelling.”
Rolando Arrieta is NAHJ’s Vice President of Broadcast and a lifetime member. He is NPR’s News Production & Operations Manager and adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studied. As the lead coordinator of all the minority journalism conferences, Rolando was part of the group which developed and launched the Think.Public.Media initiative at last year’s NABJ/NAHJ joint conference, an recruiting initiative to attract more people of color to work in public broadcasting. Most recently, he led the collaborative team that launched NPR’s first Spanish language podcast, Radio Ambulante and has also participated in a vast array of conference training and workshops for more than a decade.