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Portrait of Antonia Gonzales.

Antonia Gonzales

Antonia Gonzales, anchor and producer of the radio program “National Native News,” is a member of the Navajo Nation and grew up in Arizona and New Mexico. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication and journalism from the University of New Mexico and minored in Native American studies.

Antonia is a former board member of the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA), which serves and empowers Native journalists. She is also a recipient of the 2016 NAJA Richard LaCourse Award for her reporting on the Gold King Mine spill. Seeing a need for more Native journalists, she encourages Native youth to take an interest in the fieldespecially broadcastingand she has done so by mentoring at NAJA conferences and by guest speaking via Skype with colleges in Montana and Canada. Antonia lives in Albuquerque with her husband and two sons.

NMiF: Gwyneth Doland

Gwyneth Doland

Gwyneth Doland has been a correspondent for New Mexico in Focus since 2010. She is Professor of Practice in the Communication and Journalism Department at UNM, where she runs the NM Local News Fellowships. Gwyneth has also covered state government as an editor and reporter at The New Mexico Independent, New Mexico in Depth and KUNM Radio News. Her report on government accountability for the Center for Public Integrity was a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize from Harvard’s Kennedy School. Her work has been honored with awards from SPJ, the National Federation of Press Women, the Association for Alternative Newsweeklies, the International Regional Magazine Association and the New Mexico Broadcasters Association. Gwyneth was previously the executive director of the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government and has been recognized with a First Amendment Award from ACLU-NM. She is secretary of the board at the Journalism and Women Symposium and is active in SPJ, NAHJ and IJA.

Megan Kamerick

Megan Kamerick

Megan Kamerick has been a journalist for over 25 years and currently serves as the news director at KUNM-FM in Albuquerque, where she also produces University Showcase. She previously hosted All Things Considered and Morning Edition at the station. She produced public affairs shows New Mexico in Focus and Public Square at New Mexico PBS as well as podcasts on women’s suffrage and the cannabis industry, and she continues as a correspondent with the station.

Megan has freelanced for various magazines, NPR, Latino USA, Marketplace, Capital & Main, Peace Talks Radio and the Solutions Journalism Network, where she was also a fellow. She began her career after grad school at Marquette University working as a business reporter and editor in San Antonio, New Orleans and Albuquerque. Megan is the previous president of the Journalism & Women Symposium, a national organization. Currently she serves on the boards of the Society of Professional Journalists-Rio Grande Chapter and Good Radio Shows. Megan has done two TED talks on women and media and is a TED speaker coach. She is also a mentor-editor with The OpEd Project.