Jane Bernabe is a journalist based in the San Francisco Bay Area and is a current Master's candidate at the UC Berkeley School of Journalism ('18) where she is focusing on video reporting and storytelling. She is a recent graduate of California State University, Los Angeles' College of Arts and Letters where she double-majored in Television, Film, and Media Studies and Communication Studies.
She got her start as a staff reporter for Cal State L.A.'s award-winning newspaper, The University Times. There, she became a voice for the students by covering L.A. mayoral debates, reporting on the corruption of student success fees in the Cal State University system, and investigating the violation of free speech of students on campus.
Her passion for journalism inspired her to launch the second Cal State chapter of HerCampus.com at Cal State L.A., the #1 online magazine and leading new-media brand for college women nationwide. Angeline helped start Cal State L.A.'s radio station, Golden Eagle Radio, and served as the station manager and president from 2015-2016. In 2016, she earned the Golden Eagle Award of Excellence for her leadership on campus.
Off campus, Angeline worked in Radio and Television as an intern including KBRITE AM 740, a Christian talk radio station in 2014, and for local news stations, KCBS-2/KCAL-9's Investigative Unit with Emmy award-winning reporter, David Goldstein, in 2015 where she helped investigate the abuse of water by federal buildings during California's drought. In 2016, she landed her first network news internship with Dateline NBC, where she earned assistant producer credit for two shows.
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.