The Peter Quaqua School of Journalism (PQSJ) has announced the establishment of its alumni association.
The PQSJ Alumni Association (PQSJAA) is coordinated by an interim administration with George Williams as president, Alexandra Amnon, vice president, Maresa Fahnbulleh, secretary general, Danlette Washington, chaplain and Franklin Wright, adviser.
The interim leadership was set up by a majority of the members of the first graduating class at a meeting held last Saturday at MediaAid Foundation’s offices in Congo Town.
A release quoted interim president Williams as urging members of the first graduating class to strive to uphold the high standard of training they acquired from the school.
Mr. Williams also promised to justify the confidence reposed in him by leading the association to its election scheduled later this year.
Meanwhile, the interim leadership has been charged to arrange with MediaAid Foundation to host a meeting as requested by Peter Quaqua, president of the West African Journalists Association-WAJA.
According to the release, the meeting between Mr. Quaqua and the PQSJ Alumni Association will focus on idea sharing on the future of the journalism school and products of the institution.
The Peter Quaqua School of Journalism is owned and operated by MediaAid Foundation, a local media ‘Think Tank’ envisioned by Liberian journalist Titus Tokpah, and co-founded by L-Net Radio Station Manager Lewis Togba.