FORT WORTH, Texas (Mar. 4, 2011)
Communications company owner and former award-winning television journalist Rebecca Rodriguez will speak March 10 at Tarrant County College as part of Women’s History Month celebrations.
Rodriguez, who has worked as a correspondent for CNN and the Fox News Channel and as a news anchor and reporter in Dallas, will discuss “So You Want to be a Reporter: Making It as a Journalist in the 21st Century” at 1 p.m. in the Southeast Campus Conference Center. Southeast Campus is at 2100 Southeast Parkway in Arlington.
On South Campus, Capt. Julia Dunaway, chief social worker for the Federal Women’s Prison in Fort Worth, will discuss “The Young Women’s Leadership Track: Taking the Right Road” March 23 at 6 p.m. in the Forum Room in the Student Center. South Campus is located at 5301 Campus Drive.
The presentation is one of several events sponsored by Women in New Roles (WINR), a college credit program for women in transition returning to school, available at South, Southeast, Northeast and Trinity River campuses.
More information about South Campus events is available from Psychology Professor Triesha Light, WINR program coordinator, at email@example.com or 817-515-4740. Activities on Southeast are hosted by the Student Activities Office, where more information is available from Amy Staley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-515-3595.
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