Terrence J. Johnson
M.S. Media Advocacy ’19, Northeastern University
B.A. Journalism ’18, University of Mississippi
Terrence Johnson is a Multimedia Journalist from Mississippi. Working through the differences within the south, Terrence found his voice in writing. From there, transitioning his stories into visual aid for news. Johnson is experienced in op-ed writing, hard news stories, Adobe Editing, and live-show production.
While at the University of Mississippi, Johnson gained much experience by holding several media leadership positions and being involved in the National Association of Black Journalists, Society of Professional Journalists, and other organizations. Johnson is also a Meek School of Journalism and New Media Dean’s Award Recipient for his work in print, broadcast, and social Media. Johnson is also a 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee at the University of Mississippi.
Johnson plans to continue his work as on-air talent, covering stories around the world. Currently, he is finishing his Master’s program at Northeastern that teaches strategic advocacy skills to communications, nonprofit and government affairs professionals and prepares graduates to succeed as resilient, media-empowered citizens in a global society.
NPR Feature on Johnson
CAMD Feature on Johnson
Northeastern Feature on Johnson