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Thursday, September 21, 2017 | Lunch Program
Media Literacy 101: What Has Journalism Done For Me Lately? And Is Freedom of the Press Working Now?
Lori Kozlowski ’00

Lori Kozlowski ’00 is a journalist, editor, producer, and media executive, exploring storytelling in all of its forms. 

She serves as producer for Project Empathy—a virtual reality series that combines reporting, documentary, and VR to explore social justice issues in the United States. 

Previously, she served as editorial director at entertainment company Atom Factory, leading the company’s news media division. She founded Smashd, a publication about culture and technology. She was a digital editor and columnist for Forbes, covering entrepreneurs and startups. Prior to Forbes, she served as senior editor at the Los Angeles Times. She has written for numerous national publications, has worked with MIT Media Lab startups on the merger of technology and story, and has served as adjunct faculty at Chapman University and at USC.

Kozlowski graduated with a dual major in government and literature from Claremont McKenna College in 2000. She also holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Southern California.

Ms. Kozlowski's Athenaeum presentation is co-sponsored by the Center for Writing and Public Discourse (CWPD) at CMC.