Yumi Wilson a longtime San Francisco State University professor and a guest lecturer at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. She is a former reporter and editor for the San Francisco Chronicle and the Associated Press in Los Angeles, where she helped cover the aftermath of the Rodney King beating by LAPD officers.
In addition to teaching, she has taken on numerous side gigs, mainly to stay current in her ever-changing field. In 2012, she was hired by Linkedin, where she learned how to show journalists and other communicators the tips and tricks necessary to get their LinkedIn profiles to “all-star” status. She has since written a book called Social Media Journalism.
This summer, Wilson taught two courses in the Journalism Minor program.
When she’s not teaching or working at one of her side gigs, Wilson loves to write fiction, travel to faraway places, and watch Paw Patrol toy videos with her four-year-old grandson.
|001||J200 Reporting the News – Richmond Confidential|
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|004||J200 Reporting the News (Richmond 1)|
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|001||J211 Reporting the News Lab|
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|002||J298 Reading and Reflection (Connected to J200 – Section 001)|
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