Charlotte Norsworthy is a senior journalism and political science major at the University of Georgia. During her time at the university, Norsworthy has served as an investigative reporter, city news editor and news editor for The Red & Black newspaper. She has also served as president of the Online News Association and Society of Professional Journalists student chapters. Over the course of her junior year, Norsworthy has conducted research in virtual reality storytelling in journalism, sponsored in part by the National Association of Broadcasters. She successfully completed her undergraduate thesis in virtual reality journalism in December 2017, which she presented at the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities Annual Symposium in April 2018. This summer, Norsworthy lived in Washington D.C. interning for NPR’s business news desk as a UGA Honors D.C. Program Scholar. She has served as an Innovation Fellow for the Cox Institute for the past year and will continue her fellowship this school year as the host of the podcast, The Lead. During her downtime, Norsworthy loves to enjoy the outdoors with her dogs, eating ice cream and play card games with her family.
Senior, Journalism and Political Science • University of Georgia • Athens, GA
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