about Sergy Odiduro

Sergy Odiduro is a freelance journalist and producer. Most recently, she was a production assistant for Haiti Journal, a public affairs program on WPBT Channel 2. The monthly program, which covered issues facing the Haitian community in the U.S. and abroad, was produced in partnership with WPBT2 and the Haitian American Professionals Coalition. Prior to this, Sergy was a community news reporter for Forum Publishing Group, a subsidiary of the Sun Sentinel, covering four South Florida cities on topics including large scale business and municipal projects, the local arts scene, historical preservation efforts, city commission meetings and environmentally friendly neighborhood based initiatives. She is an active member of the Society of Professional Journalists and has served in several South Florida-based board positions including vice president of membership. She is also former vice president of print at the South Florida Black Journalists Association, where she also served in numerous board capacities. Currently, she is the president and founder of SPJ’s first Louisiana statewide chapter. Sergy graduated from Bernard M. Baruch’s School of Communication in New York with a bachelor’s in journalism.

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