Aksaule Alzhan is a journalist from Kazakhstan. She had worked as a news reporter and news presenter in national Kazakh TV stations for 13 years.
She had been covering politics, international relations, social and cultural events during her work on TV, and now collaborates with the main Kazakhstan online media outlets.
She is pursuing her Master’s degree in digital journalism at UC Berkeley Journalism School. Speaks and writes in Kazakh, Russian and English.
She enjoys spending time with her two sons and husband.
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan) - M.A in History, Archeology and Ethnology
"Khabar" agency (Kazakhstan) - News reporter, TV presenter
"Sedmoy" channel (Kazakhstan) - journalist, TV presenter, editor
AWARDS & HONORS
2018-2019 Dean’s Merit Fellowship, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
2006 Media Grant of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS
Women in Media
Asian American Journalists Association
REPORTING INTERESTSEconomics, Inequality, International Relations, Poverty, Social and cultural issues
MEDIA PLATFORMSNew Media, Online Media Outlets, Social Media, TV & Radio Stations, Twitter, Video Journalism