About

Tale as old as time: Mexican Girl moves to Miami. Girl discovers writing, she wants to be a journalist.

latino-media-615x250NAHJ is the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the NAHJ’s South Florida Chapter is representing its members in the South Florida counties of Maiami-Dade, Palm Beach, and Broward,

It is the goal of the NAHJ to provide journalists and reporters with opportunities to enhance their professional networking opportunities, to sharpen their journalism skills, and to broaden their interest in and knowledge of issues related to the Latino community.

The NAHJ is additionally aiming to promote the educational and professional opportunities for Hispanic journalism students as well as the hiring and retention of Latino journalists in various news reporting media and across all levels of management in the publishing industry. NAHJ’s South Florida Chapter is continually active in supporting Latino editors and reporters while providing feedback on the their news publications across all media.

I’ve been doing a lot of my living “off the grid”, so to speak, and loving it. I have my core group of friends and confidants who have always been there for me, and I’ve found that I’ve used them even more in recent months, resulting in deeper connections and richer friendships. And that makes me very, very happy.

All in all, I’m very content right now. The chaos within my family has come to a wonderful state of calm and we’re all moving on in a positive direction. Soon our family will grow and we’ll have even more to celebrate. My health is in a great place, both physically and mentally. My relationship with K. is stronger and more rewarding than ever. Work is actually stable and enjoyable. I feel artistically and musically fulfilled and inspired with my singing in e Choral Society and the fantastic success of Productions. And I have the best friends in the world. The best.
My name is Alejandra.