Rahima Nasa, Named First FRONTLINE Fellow of Tow Foundation Journalism Fellowship Program
Rahima Nasa, an alum from the Class of 2017, has been selected as the first Newmark J-School fellow for FRONTLINE, PBS’s flagship investigative documentary series.
The new year-long journalism fellowship program is funded by The Tow Foundation, which also underwrites the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, the Tow Professorships, and other initiatives at the J-School.
At FRONTLINE, Nasa will work alongside its reporters and producers on documentaries, podcasts, and multimedia projects combining text, visual, and data elements.
“We are so pleased to kick off the first year of our enterprise journalism fellowship with the Newmark J-School with such a talented, up-and-coming reporter,” said Raney Aronson-Rath, FRONTLINE’s executive producer. “We’re very grateful to The Tow Foundation for their continued support of hard-hitting investigative journalism.”
“We couldn’t be prouder of Rahima and more grateful to FRONTLINE and The Tow Foundation for making this opportunity happen,” said Sarah Bartlett, dean of the Newmark J-School...