Carmella Boykin is the project manager of 44 New Voices. She is a Broadcast & Digital Journalism senior in the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. During the project’s inaugural year in 2020, she worked on “Identify” team as a researcher. From Macomb, Michigan, Carmella is passionate about storytelling and is excited to present the range of new voices on the 2021 list.
Julia is a researcher, designer, and optimist with a passion for innovative technologies and entrepreneurship for social good. She has recently earned her master’s in information management from the iSchool at Syracuse University, and has had a hand in leading and contributing to different research projects across the university over the past three years. As a member of the New Voices Identify team, Julia loves using her research skills for such an impactful mission at the intersection of media, technology, and diversity.
Jessica is hungry for diverse perspectives that work to to dismantle the polarized media landscape. As a student of the Newhouse School, she studied advertising and with an emphasis in data analysis and popular culture. She believes that the concept of innovation should extend beyond technology. To build we must broaden the landscape of voices we choose to amplify. Her work on the Identify Team’ highlights marginalized media pioneers who are changing the way we understand media. Her podcast for 44 New Voices is in development, and will bring vital viewpoints to the forefront of our dialogues.
Julian D. Neely
Julian D. Neely is a second-year graduate student pursuing his master’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communications at Iowa State University. Julian began his graduate degree at Syracuse University and then found his way back to ISU, where he received his bachelor’s degree. He is originally from Des Moines, Iowa. Julian is intrigued by the power of research and fascinated by the multitude of unheard voices that are identified by the “Identify” team. While he is away from work, Julian enjoys fine-tuning his storytelling capabilities through photography, videography, and screenwriting.
JD Scribner is a graduate student studying Arts Journalism in the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. Originally from Tempe, Arizona, JD attended Arizona State University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Global Politics. He has experience working in both the entertainment and restaurant industry. He is a part of the research and Identify team for 44 New Voices.
Erin Gavle graduated with a degree in Newspaper & Online Journalism in 2020. She was on the “Identify” team of the NEW VOICES project, and now serves as Alumni Advisor. She considers Wiesbaden, Germany home, but has lived in communities around the world. As a result, she’s passionate about supporting powerful voices from a range of experiences who are capable of positively affecting and innovating media spaces.
Our Faculty Guides
Associate Professor, Magazine, News and Digital Journalism
Aileen Gallagher is a former senior editor for New York Magazine online. During her tenure there, she shared several National Magazine Awards with her colleagues, including General Excellence Online. She led the Grub Street food blog network from 2007-2010; the flagship site, Grub Street New York, was a James Beard Award finalist in 2010.
Prior to joining New York, Gallagher was a founding editor of the independent online magazine, The Black Table. Her writing has appeared in various print and online outlets, including Vulture, Bust, the New York Post, the New York Law Journal, Mediabistro, TheStreet.com and many others. She is also the author of several children’s nonfiction books about topics ranging from hepatitis to the Japanese Red Army.
She is a graduate of the Newhouse School.
Anne Osborne teaches a range of classes on media and culture. Osborne’s teaching is informed by her research on gender, sports and fandom. She has published peer-reviewed articles in journals such as International Journal of Sport Communication, Journal of Public Relations Research, and Sport in Society, as well as several book chapters. She is lead author of “Female Fans of the NFL: Taking their Place in the Stands” (Routledge, 2016), and is working on a new book titled “Transgender and Intersex Athletes Against Gender Binaries in Sports: Discourses of Difference” (Peter Lang, 2019).
In addition to teaching and research, she has served as acting communications department chair (2016) and the director of program review and assessment (2017-18). Before joining Newhouse, she spent 14 years teaching in Louisiana State University’s communication school where she also held administrative posts including advertising department head and associate dean.
Associate Professor, Communications
Charisse L’Pree Corsbie-Massay’s work focuses on how media affects the way we think about ourselves and our perceptions of others. Trained in social psychology and critical media studies, L’Pree’s work examines the intersection of communication and psychology to assess how media images and narratives affect viewer identity, attitudes and behaviors, and how individuals use traditional, new and interactive media to express themselves and connect with others. Her current research investigates the psychological effects of intersectional identities and the media’s role in personal and social identity conflict.
As an actively interdisciplinary scholar, L’Pree has collaborated with researchers across a wide variety of disciplines including psychology, communications, anthropology, sociology, political science, medicine and engineering.
Prior to joining the faculty at Newhouse, she held teaching and research positions at the University of Southern California and Loyola Marymount University. Her research has been funded through the National Institutes of Health, the California HIV/AIDS Research Program and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Special Thanks for Support to…
Mike Pauldine, inspiration, guidance, patience, and good humor.
Julian D. Neely