Julie Walker, President

Julie Walker, a correspondent for the Associated Press Radio, is the President of the New York Association of Black Journalists (NYABJ). She is an award winning radio, television and print journalist who lives and works in New York. Julie is an AP Radio correspondent and also freelances for CNN, NPR, Washington Post’s The Root and various other media outlets. Julie has also been a co-host of Newsweek on Air. She covers business news from the New York Stock Exchange as well as breaking news and general assignment stories from the streets of New York City. Julie began her career as an intern at ABC News in Paris. She spent eight years at NY1 News covering everything from 9/11 to the crash of flight 587 to entertainment. She was also a producer of the Fortune Business Report. Julie is a graduate of Wellesley College.

 

 

2018-2020 NYABJ Executive Board

Julie Walker, President, AP

Chauncey Alcorn, VP Print, Mic

Alexander Quince, VP Broadcast, WABC

Bianca Flowers, Treasurer, Investopedia

Stephanie Guerilus, Secretary, Freelance

Monica Peters, Parliamentarian, Freelance

Ayofemi Kirby, Member-at-Large, The Schomburg Center

Deputy Board Members

Marisa Palmer, Deputy Secretary, Business Insider

Natasha Lucas, Deputy Treasurer, VSP Global

Mariah Brown, Chair, NYABJ Awards