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Professional Development

Alumni Career Chat | College of Visual and Performing Arts

January 7, 2021 at 7:00pm8:00pm EST

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Presented by the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ Office of Academic and Career Advising.

Launch 2021 with a career chat from VPA grad Danielle Nottingham, co-host of NBC’s Emmy Award winning show “California Live.”

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Danielle is Host of NBC’s Emmy Award winning lifestyle and entertainment show “California Live.”  The show takes viewers on an adventure to discover unique sights and sounds throughout California and highlights the latest trends in beauty, fitness, food, health and technology.

As an award-winning journalist, Danielle has travelled the globe covering breaking news, entertainment and politics. Prior to joining NBC, she was a correspondent with CBS News in Los Angeles and Washington D.C., where she covered the mass shooting in Las Vegas, wildfires, massive mudslides in Montecito as well as red carpet coverage for the Grammy, Emmy and Academy Awards. She also reported on national politics and global affairs, including reporting on location for President Barack Obama’s visits to Israel, the Pope’s resignation in Rome and Nelson Mandela’s funeral in South Africa.

Danielle got her start in broadcasting in Greenville, Mississippi and made her way around the country as an anchor, reporter and radio host in South Carolina, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. She has won a Los Angeles Press Club award for her coverage of refugees from war-torn countries resettling in Southern California.

Danielle graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Speech Communication and earned her Master’s from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  Danielle is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.

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This event was published on January 4, 2021.

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