Ezekiel Hobbs

Ezekiel Hobbs is a sophomore public relations student at Florida A & M University. With his unique communicating and elaborative writing style, Ezekiel intends to be not just a successful publicist but yet one of the best multimedia journalist dominating both the fashion and entertainment communication industries. Creating his first collaborative podcast “The RoundTable” he and his partner dives deep into the thoughts and minds of artists, entertainers, designers, and models about topics the industry faces. Also mentioning any hot topics that involve pop culture and the two growing industries. The first episode covers colorism and body-shaming that goes on within the two industries, hoping to bring awareness to these issues as well as to make them better.

About awkimbrough

I'm fortunate to lead digital native students as they gain more experience and confidence in their naturally creative work. For those who want to read a traditional "About Me" here it is: I am a visiting faculty member @my grad school, Medill School of Journalism, Media, and Integrated Marketing Communications. Previously, I served as dean and professor of multimedia, innovative journalism in the Journalism & Graphic Design School at Florida A&M University. As an award-winning journalist and higher ed executive, my latest high profile project involves the multi-faceted development of a 'teaching hospital' formed via a public-private partnership and located on the FAMU campus. The public-private partnership's outcome is a multi-million-dollar, annual economic benefit to the north Florida region with direct benefits to communication students enrolled in programs at FAMU. FAMU's administration and board canceled the project. It has been a rewarding career where I have been transforming lives in education, government, and media for more 25 years. Also, as a ghost and co-writer of literary works that highlight the careers and lives of accomplished world shapers I am achieving a valued use of my talents and skills.
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