My name is Nicole Gimpl. I am a senior at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. I plan on graduating in May 2018, a full year ahead of schedule.

After participating in the 2014 Cronkite High School Summer Journalism Institute, I found that I enjoyed journalism so much that I applied to – and was accepted by – the Cronkite School the following fall.

With a semester writing for “College Times,” three semesters writing, and one semester as the digital producer, for “State Press Magazine,” a semester as an intern for “Downtown Phoenix Journal,” a summer working on digital communication in Mayor Greg Stanton’s office, and a semester as a digital news production intern with azcentral under my belt, I believe I have the necessary skills and drive that it takes to be a great journalist.

I am currently an editorial intern at PHOENIX Magazine, a digital producer at Cronkite News and Arizona PBS, and a contributor to Uptown Phoenix Magazine! I have worked for the Walter Cronkite School for two years alongside Anita Luera, director of high school programs and Mike Wong, director of Cronkite career services.

In my free time – which is rare these days – I enjoy reading, watching Netflix, exploring downtown Phoenix and spending time with my friends and family. I hope to one day become a print journalist for Sunset Magazine, or a digital producer for a media outlet.

About the website

This website was created for the Walter Cronkite Summer Journalism Institute held in Phoenix, Arizona in 2014. Its current purpose is to build my professional portfolio.


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