Jennifer Llamas is a former Executive Producer at MSNBC. She launched "NewsNation with Tamron Hall," a live weekday newscast. Prior to that, Jennifer was a segment producer at MSNBC, creating content for daytime programming. Jennifer also worked in local news at WSVN-TV in Miami as a Line Producer of the 5pm newscast. Jennifer started her career as a Production Assistant at MSNBC, and then worked as an Associate Producer at NBC Early Today. Jennifer has produced live coverage of presidential elections, hurricanes, and the crisis in the Middle East.
Tom Llamas is an Emmy award winning NBC News Anchor and National Senior Correspondent. Tom has covered presidential campaigns, natural disasters, the war in Ukraine, and has reported from nearly every continent in his 20 year career. Prior to joining NBC News, Mr. Llamas was the anchor of ABC News’ World News Tonight weekend edition and the network’s chief national affairs correspondent. He also anchored breaking news and live events for ABC News Live. He is currently the anchor of "Top Story with Tom Llamas" on NBC.
Mosheh Oinounou is an award-winning journalist who has two decades of experience as a reporter and executive producer at networks like CBS, Fox News, Bloomberg TV. Mosheh most recently spent a decade at CBS News where he launched the network's 24-hour national streaming news channel and served as the executive producer of the CBS Evening News. He helped lead network coverage of major breaking news events -- managing teams around the world. Following 15 years in traditional media, Mosheh took his reporting to social media, launching Mo News. In just over two years, he has built a weekly audience of more than 1 million on Instagram, the Mo News podcast and newsletter.
Caroline Keller '13 is a production manager at Lucasfilm LTD. She was a member of the Sacred Heart class of 2013. After graduating Sacred Heart, Caroline attended Tulane University and received a degree in Economics and Digital Media Production. Upon graduation, Caroline started her career in the mailroom of the William Morris Endeavor. Caroline has worked on both animated television as well as live action non-fiction. Previous projects have included Star Wars Visions, Light and Magic, and Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures.
Abby Horton is a narrative writer and director who makes films and commercials. Her debut feature film, the comedy-thriller Blow Up My Life, recently premiered at Austin Film Festival and will be distributed this year. Her short films have played at festivals including SXSW and Fantastic Fest and received multiple Vimeo Staff Picks. Abby studied film at Wesleyan University, is a member of the National Board of Review and Film Fatales, and was named one of "25 New Faces of Independent Film" by Filmmaker Magazine.