The Leadership Institute's Campus Reform Correspondent Program develops conservative students into journalism and public policy professionals. Correspondents use the training and experience they received writing for Campus Reform to land jobs after college.
Congratulations to the following alumni of the Leadership Institute's Campus Reform on launching their careers.
Yvonne Dean-Bailey is a New Hampshire state representative for Rockingham County, District 32. Prior to running for office, Yvonne worked as a Campus Correspondent, writing stories about liberal bias and abuse on campuses around the country. She is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire.See Articles
Megan Holstein is the Editor of The College Conservative, an online publication aimed at giving young conservatives a voice. During her time at The Ohio State University, Megan worked as a Campus Reform Correspondent, documenting liberal bias and abuse in Ohio.See Articles
Emily Larsen is a Fact Check Reporter at The Daily Caller News Foundation. Prior to joining The Daily Caller, Emily managed, recruited, and trained Campus Correspondents as Campus Reform's Program Manager. She also worked for the Leadership Institute as a Regional Field Coordinator.See Articles
Gabby Morrongiello is the White House Correspondent for the Washington Examiner, and previously, she worked as the Washington Bureau Chief for the New York Post. Prior to joining those publications, Gabby worked as a Campus Correspondent, reporting on liberal bias around the country. During her time as a correspondent, Gabby appeared regularly on Fox News, The Blaze, and One America News. She is a graduate of George Washington University.See Articles