From a young age, Nia has always loved communicating, speaking and being a leader.
Nia's passion for communication truly blossomed when she attended POLYTECH High School. There at POLYTECH she learned various production and multimedia techniques in the Broadcast Media Shop. Throughout her 3 years there she was the schools' weather girl and learned how to use Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects and became certified in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Nia's dedication and drive for Mass Communications landed her multiple internships with various companies and organizations.
In 2017, Nia auditioned and was chosen out of over 500 applicants to attend GRAMMY Camp and was accepted into their music journalism program at The University of Southern California. During her time there she interviewed musicians and publicist on their influence in the music industry. She also has a published interview with MSO PR Senior Vice President Alexandra Greenberg on the GRAMMY in the schools website.
In 2019, she landed the role of webmaster for WDSU Radio Station the Hive, where she incorporated her creativity to bring a new look to the website. Nia is currently majoring in Mass Communications with a concentration in Digital Media at Delaware State University. She plans to graduate by 2022.
Nia's love for Mass Communications and talent for producing and writing has caused her to attract many multimedia professionals. Some of her biggest moments were reporting for the Delaware State News, broadcasting for the City of Dover, interning at Comcast Newsmakers, and writing for the GRAMMY Foundation.
When Nia isn't working or studying, she's constantly trying to come up with new ways to expand her knowledge on the Mass Communications industry whether it be producing, writing or researching.