Bernard Clark: President
MEDIA ADVERTISING: BLACK CINEMA FILM STUDIES
Find Bernard on Instagram: @bernardclark_
Bernard Clark is junior at Indiana University pursuing a degree in Media Advertising with a specialization in black cinema film studies. Currently he is a first year experience team coordinator for Willkie residence hall, a Community and Schools Partnerships Ambassador, he currently serves on the deans’s Media School advisory board committee, and in his free time, he volunteers his time at the Black Film Center/Archive. Bernard is also a GROUPS 2015 student, and a 21st century scholar. After Bernard graduate, he plans on moving to LA, California to pursue his career in the film industry.
Toni Pringley: Vice President
Media Advertising Concentration: Public Relations
Find Toni on Instagram: @tonipringley
Toni Pringley is a Junior studying Media Advertising. Her involvements include the Vice President of NABJ, Social Media Chair for IUSA, Documentation Chair for Indiana University’s: Books & Beyond, Social Media Employee for IU RPS! Some of her hobbies include photography & finding the best bargains at the local thrift shops. After school she plans to work at an Advertising Agency as a digital media strategist.
Tierra Brown: Special Affairs Director
Journalism Specialization: Media Advertising
Find Tierra on Instagram: @thetierrabrown
“I’m Tierra Brown, a senior at IU majoring in Journalism with a concentration in Media Advertising. Along with NABJ, I created an organization on campus called Black Girl Affairs: Mentoring Organization and I am a Media School Ambassador. After graduation, I plan on being in a big city like Chicago or LA in a production career using my multimedia skills to tell stories about diversity and encourage unity for minorities and women.”
Alex Eady: Co- Special Affairs Director
Major: Broadcast Journalism Minor: Spanish
Find Alex on Instagram: @alexxchristine_
“I am a senior working as a reporter at WTIU WFIU news and I also report for IUSTV and host their weekly entertainment show What’s Up Weekly. I also am the president of Read To Succeed, a volunteer reading program. After graduation I plan to pursue a career in broadcasting and go into small market local news reporting.”
Eryicka Wesley: Secretary
Liberal Studies major, Creative Advertising minor
Find Eryicka on Instagram: @ejwesley_
Eryicka Wesley is a senior at Indiana University. She is a Liberal Studies major with a concentration in Non-Profit Management, and a minor in Media & Creative Advertising. She currently serves as the Co-Chief of Diversity & Inclusion for the Indiana University Student Association (IUSA) and is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She is also the co-founder of Black Girl Affairs, which is a mentoring organization for Black freshman and sophomore girls at Indiana University. On Saturdays, she is also the co-host of Black Girl Affairs: The Show on WIUX. After graduation, Eryicka plans to attend graduate school to study Public Policy in Washington, D.C. or Chicago.
Imani Keith: Public Relations Director
Major: Biology (recently changed from Broadcasting)
Find Imani on Instagram: @imanijoyy
Imani Keith is a sophomore at Indiana University pursuing a degree in Biology on a Pre-Veterinary track. Imani is also involved with IMPACT, Pinky Promise, and the Black Student Union chapter at Indiana University. Imani served as a public relations intern for Kathryn Jordan during the Summer of 2017. She volunteered at the Christamore House during the Summer of 2017 as well. She is employed at the local television station, WTIU, where she works as a camera woman as well as a Flybox operator. She has been working for WTIU since the Fall of 2016. Imani plans on going to graduate school to obtain her Veterinary Doctrine of Medicine. After graduate school she hopes to help rehabilitate primates and release them back into the wild.
D’Angelo King: Treasurer
Major: Journalism and Political Science with an African-American studies minor.
Find him on Instagram: @kingdlo
D’Angelo is a senior studying at Indiana University from Chicago, IL. He is double-majoring in journalism and political science with a minor in African-American Studies. D’Angelo is a part of multiple organizations on his campus, he is the Chief of Communications and Marketing, News Director of WIUX, Treasurer of NABJ, and a student advisor to the Dean of the Media School. He spent for the summer teaching English as a second language for 7th graders. He enjoys making podcasts, engineering music, and looking at memes on Instagram.