Nyamekye Daniel, Kopenhaver Center Leadership Program Fellow selected as a Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism Fellow
Congratulations to Nyamekye Daniel, Kopenhaver Center Leadership Program fellow for being selected as a Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism Fellow.
The yearlong program that gives journalists access to faculty in the field and will offer courses on First Amendment law, foundations of a free press, media ethics, reporting/storytelling techniques and other related topics.
Nyamekye Daniel’s professional background includes writing, editing, radio hosting and management. In 2016 to 2017, Daniel served as the managing editor of South Florida News Service, in this role she managed a staff of up to six other student reporters, edited, reported and created digital content.
Daniel has an associate’s degree in mass communication and journalism from Miami Dade College and received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Florida International University as a World’s Ahead graduate.
She is currently a Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism Fellow and a reporter for The Center Square. Daniel was a reporter for The Miami Times and an on-air personality for WZPP 96.1FM for two years. She has also freelanced for multiple outlets including the New York Times and the Miami Herald.