Tatiana Serafin is Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Arts at MMC and Coordinator of MMC’s growing journalism program. She is co-advisor of MMC’s student newspaper, The Monitor, and is committed to advancing students’ journalism career goals. Find out more about our innovative program by following @digital_mmc.
Ms. Serafin is an award-winning journalist (2014 Front Page Award for her coverage of the crisis in Ukraine) and co-host of the podcast, The Doorstep, at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs where she is currently a Senior Fellow.
Ms. Serafin previously launched First Amendment Watch in 2017 and served as the site’s first Managing Editor. She build her journalism career as a Staff Writer at Forbes and then Co-Editor of the magazine’s Billionaire’s List, initiating coverage of billionaires in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Ms. Serafin co-edited e-book, “Inc.101 Great Ideas That Work – Leadership & Managing.” She is currently working on two book-length projects, including a biography of the founder of New York’s first women’s college, Gorham Abbott, and translations of Ukrainian poetry.
Ms. Serafin has an MFA in Creative Writing from the New School, an MA in Business and Economic Reporting from New York University, and an MA in Central European and Russian Studies and BS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. She serves as a Girl Scout Troop Leader, and is a board member of The Seventh Wave magazine, The Southlands Foundation, as well as Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral. You can find her @tatianaserafin or www.tatianaserafin.com.
MFA in Creative Writing - New School
MA in Business and Economic Reporting - New York University
MA in Central European and Russian Studies - Georgetown University
BS in Foreign Service - Georgetown University
Journalism in the 21st Century
Public Affairs and Political Reporting
Digital Journal of Culture and Ideas
Media, Law & Ethics
Advanced Reporting: Covering the Upper East Side
Advanced Reporting: Digital Town Square
Independent Study: Media, Law & Ethics in Science Writing
Thursdays, 8:30am-11:30am by Zoom appointment