DATE & TIME: 1:00pm - 2:20pm EDT March 18
LOCATION: Nugent 557
Part of our CMA Career Professional Series, join us for this hour-long workshop with former CNN Producer and current founder of Ingram Media to learn the ins and outs of building your media career.

Three-time Emmy nominee, former CNN producer, and current founder of Lorenza Ingram Media, Lorenza Brascia Ingram will lead a workshop on navigating your early career. As a college student in one of the world’s largest business capitals, it’s often difficult to know where to begin. In this 60-minute workshop, you’ll learn the basics of how to kickstart your career, build out your brand and network effectively. This workshop will be hands-on designed to give you practical tools and a renewed sense of confidence about your career path and a readiness to embark on new opportunities.


Lorenza Brascia Ingram is an Edward R. Murrow award winner, three-time Emmy nominee, the founder of Lorenza Ingram Media, and the director of content for The Hope Gala. 

Prior to venturing off onto her own, Lorenza spent nearly seven years at CNN Worldwide. She began her career at CNN’s New York bureau in corporate communications and marketing. Her transition to editorial came after moving to California to cover news for the Western region of the United States at CNN’s Los Angeles bureau. In this role, Lorenza covered the entertainment beat in addition to general and breaking news stories. Upon moving back to New York, Lorenza was tasked with producing the network’s most high-profile political events and breaking news stories— from CNN’s Presidential Town Hall with President Obama at Fort Lee to coverage of President Trump’s inauguration to mass shootings and natural disasters. Link to website:  

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