Multimedia Journalism Major with an interest in broadcasting. Skilled in both audio/video media production with a good on-air personality and always willing/looking to learn, improve, and end each day as a better version of myself than when I started.
Freya Rojo is Adjunct faculty at California State University Northridge in the Central American Studies Program and with the Department of Journalism. Her research interests are on immigrant communities and their production of media, the use of social media within the diverse transnational Latino community, the use of music as an instrument of liberation, and multi-media production for social justice and change. Freya’s teaching concentrates on Central American Studies lower division courses where and interdisciplinary approach takes the students from the history to the present of this region and its peoples. In the Journalism department her teaching concentrates on upper division courses in the Spanish Language Journalism program. She instructs classes on Diversity and the Media, Social Justice and the Media and Spanish Journalism writing and Global Health Reporting. She also produces and hosts the Spanish-language radio show Nuestra Voz at Pacica Radio KPFK, Los Angeles where she addresses historic and contemporary issues of the diverse local and global Hispanic community. She holds a M.A. in Latin American Studies from California State University Los Angeles and a B.A. in Communication Sciences from Universidad de las Americas-Puebla, México.