Angeline Bernabe is a journalist and aspiring television news producer in the Bay Area with media experience in video, print and radio. She is currently a master's candidate at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism and holds a dual Bachelor's degree in Communications and Television, Film and Media Studies from California State University, Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in NBC Asian America, NBC Bay Area, Oakland North, Richmond Confidential, Her Campus and the University Times. She's also received producer credit on two Dateline NBC shows.
Bernabe is a co-director of the Student Broadcast Journalists affinity group for the Asian American Journalist Association's national organization. She is also the co-founder of Cal State LA's Her Campus chapter, an online magazine for college women and was the station manager of Golden Eagle Radio from 2015-2016.
When she's not working, Angeline loves to paint. Her paintings have been featured in art galleries in Los Angeles including the Colonnade Art Gallery in Pasadena. In 2013 and 2015, she won awards for her submitted pieces for Cal State LA's Statement Magazine. She also loves to read, attempt to cook the recipes she finds on Pinterest, and go on adventures in her little red car named, Lucy.