Adriana Imhof serves as Media Impact Funders’ Communications & Program Associate. She holds a B.A. in Communication Studies from Temple University Klein College of Media and Communications. While completing her degree, Adriana began her own business as a freelance social media manager, working with organizations like Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee and Books, Urban Movement Arts and Hip Hop Fundamentals. After graduating, she worked as a copywriter at WatchBox, where she sharpened her storytelling skills. Adriana dedicates her free time to studying street dance in Philadelphia’s rich dance community and documenting the performances of fellow movers.
After Uvalde: Guns, Grief & Texas Politics | FRONTLINE
Eight days after Salvador Ramos turned 18, he walked into his former elementary school armed with a legally-purchased AR-15-style rifle and killed 19 children and two adults—all within about three minutes. The mass shooting happened on May 24, 2022, at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas; it’s now the second deadliest school shooting in the United […]
There’s a new documentary film festival on the scene: Meet DC/DOX
We had the pleasure of attending the inaugural edition of the DC/DOX Documentary Festival earlier this month in Washington, D.C. Two films stood out for their noteworthy depictions of the importance of public interest media and journalism: Bad Press and Breaking the News. “Bad Press” follows journalist Angel Ellis of Mvskoke Media as she battles […]