Meet Our Alumni

Hubbard School alumni go on to do big things in journalism, public relations, advertising, communications and much more. Check out just a few of our noteworthy alumni below. 

Alex West Steinman (B.A. '11) is co-founder of The Coven, a collaborative community and co-working space for women and those who identify as non-binary.

Jörg Pierach (B.A. '89) is a Twin Cities-based marketer and entrepreneur and the founder of Fast Horse, a Minneapolis-based integrated creative agency he established in 2001. 

Bao Ong

From the Pioneer Press to the Editor of Eater, Bao employs rigorous reporting to tell stories from the dining scene. 

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Dymanh

Dymanh Chhoun has been on the scene of major city-news flashpoints, bringing the news to TVs everywhere. Now he's training the next generation.

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Meghan McInerny

Meghan McInerny (B.A. '00) is not afraid to take a leap. Now, she lands into a role as director of strategic experience design at Best Buy. 

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Natasha Freimark

Natasha Freimark (B.A. '95) received the 2019 University of Minnesota Alumni Service Award. 

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Alex Robinson

Writing about big game from a small town, Alex Robinson takes the top job at Outdoor Life magazine.

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Jamie Yuccas

Jamie Yuccas (BA 2003) is a CBS News correspondent based in Los Angeles. 

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Maggie Habashy

Balancing work and life, Maggie Habashy (BA 2007) helped create an inclusive 2019 Final Four experience in Minneapolis. 

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Emma Carew Grovum

Over the years, Emma Carew Grovum (BA 2009) has pushed numerous news organizations out of the dark ages and into the digital world. 

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Byron Barnett

Byron Barnett (B.A. ‘77) is a Minneapolis native and currently posted at WHDH-TV in Boston, where he does general assignment and political reporting.

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Yuridia Ramíerz

Yuridia Ramíerz (BA 2011) is an Assistant Professor, Latina/o Studies & Global and Intercultural Studies, Department of Global and Intercultural Studies at Miami University.

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