Jesenia De Moya Correa is a Dominican American award-winning journalist and communications professional, specialized in multimedia content production, brand management and researching on scientific and environmental issues, who studied at Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM).
While at the Dominican academia, she showed interest in college activities and media projects, besides having an active participation as member of the university’s ecological association.
She was the editor in chief for the online daily faculty publisher Aecsocial.org, producer and host for the university’s online radio station Arroba101.net, producer and active member for Semana Más Corta film festival, critic for the first Corporate and Broadcasting academic syllabus and also the leading manager for the brand identity reconstruction of the Media & Communications Students Association (AECS in Spanish).
She received the honor Orgullo COM, granted by the Media & Communications Department of PUCMM Santiago Campus because of the values, entrepreneur character and leadership spirit with which she projected her career meanwhile at the academia.
In the Dominican media market, Jesenia obtains one of three fellowships granted by the newspaper Listín Diario to be “Journalist for a Year“. During this internship, besides publicizing copies with regional and national impact, she was distinguished with the 2013 National Journalism Award in the Sustainable Tourism category, together with senior journalist Grisbel Medina Rodríguez.
She worked for Estudio 97.9 FM as a reporter, anchor and news producer for the newscast “Meridiano 97”, transmitted Mondays through Fridays from noon to 2:00 p.m. She also coordinated special programs and live broadcasting.
As Content Development Manager at Eduardo León Jimenes Cultural Center, she encouraged others to discuss and debate through the production of traditional and multimedia products and the management of Social Media platforms.
She completed a summer internship with the Media and Marketing team of The Nature Conservancy in New York, with which she enhanced her research skills and content production for Social Media platforms aimed to English speaking audiences. In the meanwhile, she coordinated Social Media content postings and produced the line for the webseries El Alto, dedicated to represent the Dominican culture abroad.
Currently, she is interested in promoting a culture of personal social responsibility and perpetrating common welfare as a model for sustainable lifestyle based on her independent personal brand and journalism practices. She also offers language and communications services, is founding member of Blue Water Society and volunteer at the Global Translator Community of Coursera.