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I'm currently pursuing a bachelor of arts in broadcast journalism at Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich. Additionally, I work part-time as a reporter for Shelby TV in Macomb County, and run my own website for Lebanese-American news coverage.

Fluent in Arabic.

Familiar with AP style.

Comfortable with AVID and Final Cut editors.

Familiar with P2 video cameras and EFP set-up and take-down.

Comfortable appearing on-camera and/or working behind the scenes.

Jan. 2014 - Present

Shelby TV

Reporter

Cover local crime and breaking news in Macomb County for weekly news program which airs to 25,000 homes on WOW, Comcast and AT&T. Shoot and edit news packages using P2 video cameras and Final Cut Pro editing software. Operate EFP camera for live-to-tape high school sports coverage. Covered widely reported Stony Creek crash live on the scene and through the investigation.

Aug. 2014 - Present

The South End

Contributing Writer

Write news stories of interest to the Wayne State University campus body and Midtown Detroit area. Photograph campus events and other newsworthy happenings, and shoot and edit video segments using Canon EOS 6D.

Mar. 2014 - Present

Lebanese Examiner

Online Editor

Cover and report on issues of interest to the Lebanese and Lebanese-American community. Monitor newswires and ground reports using social media and online database. Write original news and feature stories for online publication. Write and schedule social media posts on Facebook and Twitter. Covered the widely reported trash crisis and mass protests in Beirut in August 2015.

2014 - 2018

Wayne State University

Detroit, MI

Pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism

Member of the Journalism Institute for Media Diversity Professional Honors Program

2009 - 2013

Dakota High School

Macomb, MI

Man Charged in Beating of 89-Year-Old Man

Man Charged in Beating of 89-Year-Old Man

An 89-year-old man was beat in the garage of his own home.

Woman Charged in Husband’s Death

Woman Charged in Husband’s Death

A woman is facing a second-degree murder charge after allegedly shooting her husband.

Man Accused of Killing Father Faces Judge

Man Accused of Killing Father Faces Judge

A local man accused of killing his 89-year-old father faces a judge for the first time.

Man Tries to Rob Coney Island

Man Tries to Rob Coney Island

A tough set of employees showed a man who's boss when he tried to rob the restaurant.

Year in Review

Year in Review

A look at the biggest local stories I covered in 2015.

Gun Shop Reports Increased Sales

Gun Shop Reports Increased Sales

A gun shop owner says sales have increased after the San Bernardino attack.

Police Add Traffic Safety Unit

Police Add Traffic Safety Unit

Police take action after learning a local intersection gets a lot of accidents.

New Baseball Stadium Unveils Team Names

New Baseball Stadium Unveils Team Names

A new $10 million baseball stadium unveiled new team names during a school assembly.

Officials Warn of Holiday Identity Theft, Scams

Officials Warn of Holiday Identity Theft, Scams

A lawmaker hosts a town hall meeting to warn residents about possible identity theft this season.

More Road Construction on 24 Mile Road

More Road Construction on 24 Mile Road

Construction along 24 Mile Road has continued all summer, and some residents are frustrated.

Maronite Community in Detroit

Maronite Community in Detroit

Short documentary examines the Maronite community in Metro Detroit.

Selfridge Lobbies Congressional Delegation

Selfridge Lobbies Congressional Delegation

A congressional delegation visits Selfridge amid threats of spending cuts.

Car Crash Kills Three Teens

Car Crash Kills Three Teens

A community mourns after an accident claims the life of three teens.

Humane Society Controversy

Humane Society Controversy

Protesters believe a local shelter is mistreating animals.

Plan B for Roads?

Plan B for Roads?

A Michigan lawmaker has a plan B for fixing Michigan's roads.

Historic Home

Historic Home

An old home in Shelby Township will receive a historical marker.

WSU wellness program aims to help students quit smoking

Carhartt sponsors ‘Back to School Bash’ at WSU School of Business

WSU defends food service provider after controversy, student criticism

TSE TV: Board of Governors Town Hall Meeting recap

TSE TV: New apartments to open north of campus

TSE TV: School of Business unveils new name

TSE TV: WSU students react to power outage

WSU hosts engineering program to mentor female youth

WSU marketing and communication discuss branding efforts, results, at Insiders event

WSU participates in annual Metro Detroit Youth Day on Belle Isle

Wayne State students angry over Wi-Fi service

$100K grant awarded to WSU for citizen democracy initiative

WSU to host 100-mile cycling fundraiser through Detroit next month

Wayne Law, former US Senator Levin gear up to launch new Levin Center