Énoa Gibson is a senior and scholar at Howard University, with a Broadcast Journalism Major and Spanish Minor.
Énoa grew up as a third culture kid. She has traveled and lived all around the world. She spent a significant part of her developmental years living in Europe, although her parents are Jamaican and American. She developed a connection with many cultures and doesn’t solely identify with one. Along with her passion for storytelling, she is trilingual. She speaks English, Spanish, and French and enjoys connecting with a wide variety of people.
As she enters her final semester at Howard University, she has experience working in different newsrooms. She has worked at Howard University’s TV and Radio Stations as a TV reporter, on-air radio personality, and radio production team member and has maintained a 3.79 GPA. She also worked as a production intern at A&E Networks for the summer following her freshman year. As an Emma Bowen Fellow, she’s worked as a digital media intern at Spectrum Networks for the past two summers and a Newsgathering Intern at CNNI last semester. Énoa is a Pulitzer Fellow for the current year and will be traveling to Puerto Rico for two weeks to report the effect natural disasters and COVID-19 have on Puerto Rico students.
Énoa has attended the following schools: The International School of Indiana, St. John’s International School in Belgium, Myers Park High School in Charlotte, North Carolina, Howard University, The University of Barcelona in Spain, and The Institute for the International Education of Students in Barcelona. She enjoys reporting, photography, video production, makeup artistry, painting, traveling worldwide and experiencing different cultures.
Click here to learn more about me and view a timeline of the different places I’ve lived.