SABEW18 Student Newsroom Staff

Participating Schools and Reporters:



Brian Baker is an MSJ Candidate at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Prior to attending Medill, he worked in equity research at Diamond Hill Capital Management in Columbus, Ohio. He is a CFA Charterholder.




Danielle Chemtob is a rising senior majoring in journalism and political science at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She has reported for the university’s student newspaper, the Daily Tar Heel, for three years and has had internships at the Triangle Business Journal and the News and Observer, covering everything from startups to state politics. She is interning this summer at the Wall Street Journal in New York, and next fall will take on the responsibility of Enterprise Director at the Daily Tar Heel. Danielle grew up just outside of San Francisco, California. When she’s not writing, she enjoys listening to podcasts, hiking and traveling. She studied abroad in Sydney, Australia, where she spent the semester traversing the country’s natural wonders and working for a small community paper.


Sarah Foster is an MSJ candidate at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she specializes in Business, Money and Markets. Foster received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she studied News-Editorial Journalism. Before coming to Medill, she interned at the Chicago Tribune as a copy editor and designer. When she’s not on deadline, she enjoys playing one of her five instruments: piano, flute, guitar, bass or drums.


Ang Gao is an MSJ student and business and tech reporter with Medill News Service at Northwestern University. She has been covering disruptive technologies including blockchain and cryptocurrency and tech event like Apple’s product release in Chicago. She is also interested in the trend of impact investment in the U.S.



Xinyi(Ethel) Jiang is a graduate student at the Medill School of Journalism, specializing in business, money and market. She produced weekly video stories for Medill News Service in Chicago. While in D.C., she reports on technology and international trade for Morning Consult and Medill News Service. She also interned for the Wall Street Journal, Caixin Global and People’s Daily.



Jinman Li is a current graduate student at Medill School of Journalism of Northwestern University, specializing in Business, Money and Markets. During her time at Medill, she worked on the beat of finance and investment, and produced multimedia stories on business and economy around Chicago Metropolitan Area. Li graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University in China, where she majored in International Journalism and Communication and minored in English. Before coming to Medill, Li interned at domestic and international news organizations including CNN Beijing Bureau, Reuters Beijing, CBN Weekly, China Central Television and Xinhua News Agency. She served as a news assistant, intern journalist, director assistant or editorial intern in these media outlets.


Yanchun (Roxanne) Liu is a candidate for the Master of Science in Journalism program at Medill, Northwestern University. Focused on business reporting at the university, Liu has been writing about Illinois-based pharmaceutical companies such as Abbott Laboratories and Baxter International for Medill News Service in Chicago. Liu has been contributing spot news stories and social media content for business-to-business magazine Inside Unmanned Systems. Previously, Liu worked as intern researcher for long-term investigative projects on the political news team of the Wall Street Journal Beijing bureau in summer 2017. She reported on automobile and technology news for the Thomson Reuters Beijing bureau as an intern journalist in summer 2016. Liu is a huge fan of autonomous technology and enjoys Cyberpunk movies and fiction.


Charlotte Norsworthy is a rising 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 December 2017, which she presented at the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities Annual Symposium in April 2018. This summer, Norsworthy will live in Washington D.C. interning for National Public Radio’s business news desk as a UGA Honors D.C. Program Scholar. During her downtime, Norsworthy loves to enjoy the outdoors with her dogs, try new spots to eat in Athens and play card games with her family.

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