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Camryn Quick

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Camryn Quick is an up-and-coming journalist currently based in New York City. Coming all the way from South Carolina, where she studied Mass Communications, she is finishing up her Masters in Journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, where she is specializing in print and concentrating on arts and culture reporting. While in school, she has covered the arts and culture beat for the Mott Haven Herald and Hunts Point Express in the South Bronx, mainly writing pieces about the arts-oriented businesses and nonprofits in the area. She has also reported for the NY City News Service, covering 2021 election day in the South Bronx. Her passion is ultimately for the arts and the way it impacts people’s lives. While she is mainly interested in music, movies, and pop culture, she finds joy in all types of news reporting. In her new role at Her Agenda, she hopes to share her perspective on arts, family, and business as a young woman and student coming out of a pandemic-ridden world. Outside of writing, she loves exploring her new home and finding inspiration in the city, as well as reading new books, going out to eat, and going to see movies. 

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    Roe V. Wade Has Been Overturned, And Here Is What You Need To Know

    Roe v. Wade has officially been overturned in the United States, putting the power to rule on abortion in the hands of state officials.
    By Camryn Quick
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    Google Set To Pay $118 Million In Unequal Pay Lawsuit Settlement

    Google has settled a lawsuit that claims women at the company make $16,794 per year less than men, and it will submit to a third-party review.
    By Camryn Quick
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    Yahoo Appoints 6 New Board Members, And Several Are Women We Know And Love

    Gender diversity on boards is said to impact the operations throughout the company in a positive way. Yahoo is making efforts, appointing successful women executives.
    By Camryn Quick
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    The Main Agenda

    Amazon Has Lost Two Black Executives, Leaving The Company With No Upper-Level Black Leadership

    Black top-level leadership has declined for the e-commerce giant with the departure of Alicia Boler-Davis and David Bozeman. Let's learn more about their careers and work.
    By Camryn Quick
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    Here’s What You Need To Know About The Tampon Shortage

    The tampon shortage is affecting women everywhere, with empty shelves and spiking prices challenging access. Here's what you should know and a few alternatives to consider.
    By Camryn Quick
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    Planning Your Next Trip? Here's What The COVID Test Updates Mean For You

    The Biden administration has lifted the negative COVID test requirement for travelers entering the U.S. from abroad, shifting the way you'll want to plan your next trip.
    By Camryn Quick
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