For 4 years, Frenny had a successful career at one of the world’s leading international broadcasters, the BBC. Join us for a Facebook Live session with her on July. 6th, as she shares with us how journalism has been a profitable career for her.
Journalism as a sector is evolving, and there are plenty of job opportunities in the field. However, Aspiring journalists have to build their experience and gather certain skill sets to thrive in the industry.
If you’re interested in starting (or growing) a career as a media Motherland Mogul, then you have a lot to learn from Frenny Jowi.
Frenny started her career in journalism as an intern at the BBC African Bureau in Nairobi and quickly scaled through her career as a journalist, amplifying African voices and stories.
Join Frenny on Thursday, July 6th, for a 30-minute Facebook Live session where she’ll be discussing journalism as a profitable career choice, and the skills aspiring journalists need to acquire.
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Some of the topics we’ll cover:
- How to make it as a journalist
- Media career choices for young people in Africa
- Moving from employment to entrepreneurship
- Personal PR: Social media etiquette and how it impacts your professionalism
- Why young Africans should demand quality content from media outlets(African advocates of public interest journalism)
Facebook Live Details:
- Date: Thursday, July 6th, 2017
- Time: 2pm Lagos / 3pm Johannesburg / 4pm Nairobi
- Where: https://www.facebook.com/sheleadsafrica/
Facebook Live with Frenny Jowi, Journalist and Media consultant, sharing insights on the skills aspiring journalists need to acquire to thrive in the industry.. Join the She Leads Africa community by visiting SheLeadsAfrica.org/join .
Posted by She Leads Africa on Thursday, July 6, 2017
About Frenny Jowi
Frenny Jowi is a journalist, digital media and PR consultant who is currently consulting at Media Focus on Africa, as a radio producer, media relations trainer and digital journalism trainer. She also works as a volunteer youth mentor and freelance journalist.
For 4 years Frenny had a successful career at one of the world’s leading international broadcasters, the BBC.
While working for BBC Africa both in Kenya and the United Kingdom, she led several productions including creating digital content for younger audiences and news coverage of historic President Obama visit to Africa.
In June 2016, she took one of the lead roles in setting up Kenya’s first 24-hour news channel, KTN News. Her work helped direct the day to day running of the newsroom and training journalists on storytelling and social media skills.
She has a BA in media studies from the University of Nairobi.