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About awkimbrough

Ann Lineve Wead Kimbrough is an award-winning financial writer and special projects author with more than 5,000 multi-media works produced under her byline and broadcast signature. She is also a tenured professor at a Florida university. Ann’s work has appeared in Business Week, Fortune, Time, Marketing Management, Black Enterprise, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Atlanta Journal/Constitution, Essence, Twins magazine and Ebony Jr! She was an anchor and reporter for WSB-TV morning show, WGST-FM afternoon drive, Media One and Georgia Public TV’s weekly business shows. She has taught hundreds of high school and university students in more than 500 courses in communications and international business. A highly regarded mentor, former students and college classmates are leaders in the business, broadcast journalism, motion pictures, nonprofit, print journalism, public affairs and public relations, special events and varied entrepreneurial fields. Follow my blog and on social media: twitter @awkimbrough; fb @annweadkimbrough and Insta @annweadkimbrough_

What’s your GPA? It depends on where and how you live on campus

Fast read: When I received my freshman year room assignment in the Merner Hall dormitory on the campus of my small, undergraduate college, I thought I hit jackpot. Today’s architects and campus project managers believe they too hit pay dirt … Continue reading

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How and why you should create a podcast

.https://i.imgur.com/SIYq2vm.jpg%E2%80%9D The proliferation of podcasts listeners is profound. More than half of the U.S. population over 12 years of age, have tuned into at least one podcast or radio broadcast The double-digit growth in this exploding sector has caused a … Continue reading

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Get a job!

If you cannot locate a communications-related job from this lengthy listing… Continue reading

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Mother’s Day 2019 article that appeared in the Tallahassee Democrat newspaper

Once counted out to survive his birth trauma, John received his bachelor’s degree in psychology during Mother’s Day weekend 2019. He is now in graduate school. Continue reading

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FAMU Reporting and Writing II students’ podcasts … Spring 2019

Enjoy the first podcasts of Reporting and Writing II students. Continue reading

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Insecure v. Secure Managers

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The class is in session: Social media posting reminders

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From the classroom to the screening room: Atlanta’s CHS and FAMU grad’s movie debuts

Seven-time Grammy award winner, @famusjgc PR grad and amazing man, Amir Windom debuts new film. Actor Woody McClain, also a FAMU grad, is featured in this great work. Read on: Canal Street is being released worldwide January 18, 2019 via … Continue reading

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Why I Love :) Millennials, Gen Xers and iGen/Gen Zers

The upshot: We all have a lot to learn from one another. Continue reading

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Syllabus: R&W II Spring 2019, M/W

Mail – ann.kimbrough@famu.edu — Read on outlook.office365.com/owa/ Happy New Year. Some course numbers are being reconciled to ensure your course registration matches your schedule. As I await information to correctly post on Blackboard, please find your syllabus. See you on … Continue reading

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