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Jamal E. Mazyck is a Digital Media Manager at Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. He has held various editorial, media relations and advertising positions over a career spanning 10 years, working for media organizations such as The Oakland Tribune, American Lawyer Media, The Washington Post and CQ Press. He has also lectured in the communications department at Morgan State University. A proud San Diego native and Chargers fan, he received a bachelor’s degree from San Francisco State University in Communication Studies. He then went on to obtain a master’s degree from Bowie State University in Organizational Communications.

When not updating a social media network or writing a column, you can find him lecturing communication studies at Community College of Baltimore County, running 10Ks, or out on the tennis court.

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