Mira Zimet is the former chief creative content officer for the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, and previously worked at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.
Stories by Mira Zimet:
Progressive degree grad connects storytelling with brand management, corporate communications
Nisha Venkat earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2021 and is now preparing to graduate this August with a master’s in digital social media.
Alum Christine Alabastro follows her mom’s advice and designs her own future
A business management job didn’t feed her creative passions, so she set off on a path that led to her current position working in executive communications at TikTok.
Impact, USC Annenberg documentary series, marks 20th anniversary
The program, now seen Sundays on Spectrum News 1, has given undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to produce in-depth stories.
Latin Recording Academy Fellowships provide opportunity for bilingual students with a love of music
USC Annenberg students wrap up their experience with a trip to the 2021 Latin Grammy Awards.
New center at USC Annenberg dedicated to creating a pathway of diverse young researchers
The Health and Equity Media Collaborative brought 24 young people into the fold this summer to investigate well-being in local neighborhoods.
Making connections through storytelling drives this incoming PR major
Public relations major co-founds student-led art, fashion and culture magazine
In addition to starting Haute Magazine, graduating senior Diana Fonte has worked for Annenberg Media, been a mentor to first-year students and had a variety of internships. Next, she’s headed back to France, where she studied for a semester.
Alumna builds career championing diversity and inclusion
Brenda Gonzalez steps up to serve
L.A. high school student shares her Annenberg Youth Academy experience during COVID-19
Kymia Freeman and 25 of her peers all logged on every weekday to learn from USC Annenberg faculty and alumni via the school’s newly virtual summer program.
Inspiring Gen Z to be part of the 2020 census movement
On the nation’s Census Day, learn how a USC Annenberg professor helped the reinvigorate the count with 21st-century thinking.
This USC grad’s two dreams — to work in entertainment and love her job — came true
Thanks in part to her time at USC Annenberg, Noriko Kelley now heads primetime scheduling for CBS, the country’s most-watched broadcast network.
Two USC Annenberg alumni screen their documentaries at Sundance
Dylan Valley and Matt Yoka, who both received master’s degrees in journalism, leapt at the chance to be a part of the iconic film festival.
USC Annenberg graduate got his start on YouTube
While living in Saigon, Kyle Le was asked to find someone’s long-long sister. He filmed the phone reunion, which started him down a path to YouTube fame and now a master’s in digital social media from USC Annenberg.
The power of podcasting: How Trojans are making their voices heard
USC Annenberg faculty, alumni and students are among the podcasters helping to evolve and expand the concept of audio-on-demand.
Journalist chronicles his campaign to change foster care
USC Annenberg alumnus unites leaders who train student journalists, policymakers and social workers to create social change.
USC professors reveal: What Martin Luther King Jr. means to me
Faculty members take time to reflect on the activist’s legacy and how he has impacted their outlooks on society.
Cardinal, gold and Rubi: A first-generation college student’s journey, year by year
Rubi Garcia lets us follow her journey as a USC undergraduate and the first in her family to attend college.
10 years later, what have we learned from Hurricane Katrina?
USC experts look back at the disaster, and find we still have a long way to go.
How mentorship can spark a student’s success
Led by vice dean George Sanchez, six current and former USC Dornsife students earn a standing ovation for their presentation at a national conference.
Reid Lidow on Burma: ‘The term paper’s over, but the country’s still there’
Reid Lidow, member of the class of 2014, takes his quest for international understanding to Cambridge.