Journalists, editors and students: How to take care of yourself during COVID-19

By: Charlotte Norsworthy, SPJ Georgia President SPJ Georgia recognizes the unique challenges the journalism industry faces in covering the COVID-19 crisis. Journalists are answering the call of duty by equipping the public with crucial updates on the spread of the virus. However, in doing so, journalists are also experiencing various levels of stress, trauma and…

SPJ Georgia announces positions, candidates for 2020 Board of Directors

As required by our chapter bylaws, SPJ Georgia will be hosting an annual election this fall in order to fill our board of directors for the 2020 calendar year. Candidates for each position are below, with a description of each person along with the office they seek. Officers President Charlotte Norsworthy: A graduate student at…

SPJ Georgia seeking candidates for 2020 Board of Directors

As required by our chapter bylaws, the Society of Professional Journalists’ Georgia Pro Chapter will be hosting an annual election this December in order to fill our board of directors for the 2020 calendar year. SPJ Georgia’s board consists of nine members, of which five are returning. Continuing on into 2020 are our treasurer Pam…

Freelance committee meeting

ANNOUNCEMENT: The SPJ Georgia Pro committee on freelance journalism will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 7:30 p.m. at the Starbucks on Ashford Dunwoody Road. Address: 4441 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, Ga. 30346. Anyone interested in this committee, which is working toward organizing and promoting a freelance workshop in May 2017, should contact Haisten Willis at Haisten.Willis@Gmail.com.