Education and Experience
Adrienne St. Clair is a graduate student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication . She plans to graduate in December 2017 with a Master’s in Mass Communication.
Adrienne has worked as a production intern for KJZZ’s The Show and as a photography intern at Phoenix Magazine. She’s been investigating national drinking water contamination as a Reynolds Fellow on the Carnegie-Knight News21 national investigative journalism team.
Adrienne has spent much of her graduate education studying and reporting on border issues and US-Mexico relations. Earlier this year, she traveled to Querétaro, Mexico on a foreign reporting trip and found a love for the challenges and excitement of international reporting.
Adrienne discovered her love for multimedia storytelling after listening to an episode of This American Life. She is driven by the idea that everyone has a story to tell and she wants to be there to tell it.
Adrienne received her undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University with a major in Psychology and a minor in English.
Adrienne is pursuing a career in investigative and explanatory depth reporting as a multimedia journalist, though she has a particular love for audio storytelling.
Adrienne plans to report on the human experience and interpretation of major news events, especially at an individual level. She is also interested in reporting on health, education, politics and international relations.
Her ultimate goal is to produce a podcast that changes the world.
When not reporting, Adrienne loves to travel and collect more stories. She loves discovering new podcasts, reading, and netflix-binging. She is famous for laughing too loud and asking too many questions.