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The CNS Annapolis Crew, Spring 2011

The Bureau Director:

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Rafael Lorente is a former reporter with the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Miami Herald. As a reporter in Washington for the Sun-Sentinel, Lorente covered the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections, the attacks of Sept. 11 and U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America, particularly Cuba. He can be reached at rlorente@jmail.umd.edu.

 

The graduate students:

Maggie Clark, 23, is a graduate student at the University of Maryland covering juvenile justice, education, immigration and same-sex marriage. She received her bachelor of arts in international affairs from Florida State University and interned at CQ Researcher, covering politics, legal affairs and social policy. She has been selected as a 2011 News21Carnegie-Knight fellow. She can be reached at justice-ann@jmail.umd.edu.
Kerry Davis, 30, is a graduate student in multimedia journalism at the University of Maryland covering the Chesapeake Bay, transportation, BRAC and security issues. She received her bachelor of science in mass communication from Minnesota State University, Moorhead, and has worked as a television reporter at KVLY-TV in Fargo, N.D., and WPRI-TV in Providence, R.I. Since relocating for her master's degree, Davis has written for the Prince George's Sentinel newspaper and contributed to American Journalism Review. She will work as a News21 Carnegie-Knight fellow this summer. She can be reached at environment-ann@jmail.umd.edu.
Holly Nunn, 24, is a graduate student in public affairs journalism at the University of Maryland covering juvenile justice, social services, health and the abortion debate. She received her bachelor's degree in government and international politics from George Mason University and has written for the Prince George's Sentinel and LocalKicks.com. This fall she wrote about food access in Baltimore and traveled to Japan to study international journalism. She can be reached at health-ann@jmail.umd.edu.
photo by Kelly Brooks David Saleh Rauf, 30, is a graduate student at the University of Maryland covering politics, the budget and business. Before joining Capital News Service, he worked for two years at the San Antonio Express-News as a business writer and intern. He also worked as a reporter for the New Braunfels-Herald Zeitung, and as an intern at the Austin American-Statesman and American Journalism Review. He can be reached at politics-ann@jmail.umd.edu.



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