Maylan L. Studart Resume Reel
Maylan Studart is a multimedia journalist with two-year's experience in news reporting. She was an MMJ at Fox 40 News, assignment editor at FiOS 1 News and intern in several New York newsrooms, such as News 12 Long Island, Spectrum News NY1’s political department and United Nations Television. She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree in global and electronic journalism from the New York Institute of Technology and was selected class of 2018 commencement speaker.
Before her journalism career, Studart was a professional jockey, winning over 100 races in her nine-year career. She was a staple of the New York Racing Association circuit for six years, which is comprised of Aqueduct Racetrack, Belmont Park and Saratoga Race Course. Studart found journalism to be a lot like horseracing. Being first, living in a fast-paced world and never seeing the same day twice have made it a smooth transition into the newsroom. She provided live horseracing analysis for CBS on American Pharoah’s historic Triple Crown win in 2015 and for its New York sister station WLNY annually on the Triple Crown races since.
Studart is a member of the New York Women in Communications, Society of Professional Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Society of American Business Editors and Writers. She was a recipient of the 2015 NAHJ Ruben Salazar and 2017 NYWICI Esperanza scholarships. She studied business communication in Germany in July 2016 and was part of a 10-member student news team to report on the Excellence in Journalism conference in Anaheim, Calif. in 2017. Studart is a RIAS Berlin Commission Fellow selected to participate in a professional journalist exchange program in Germany in June 2018. Like a true jockey, Studart is looking for the next opportunity to join a winning newsroom and reach the highest levels in journalism.
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