Jen Anderson, Editor In Chief
Jen is a senior double majoring in journalism and communication arts. Previously, Jen worked as a contributing writer, Fashion Writer and then Moda’s Lifestyle Editor for two years. During her time at UW-Madison, Jen enjoyed exploring the world of journalism in many different facets, including editorial, print and broadcast work. Her portfolio includes work with The Madison Times as a reporting intern, Looksima Style as a fashion editorial intern, WSUM as a talk show co-host, Entercom Radio as a promotions team member and various collegiate student rep positions. Jen strives to continue expanding Moda as UW’s only fashion and lifestyle magazine during her year as EIC, and she hopes to continue her passion for editorial work following her graduation next May.
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Emma is a senior studying journalism with a certificate in graphic design. Prior to becoming Deputy Editor, Emma served as a Fashion Writer throughout her sophomore and junior years. With a love of fashion and organization spurring her forward, she hopes to continue the legacy of those before her: ensuring that Moda continues to produce professional, groundbreaking content by inspiring writers to work outside of their comfort zone and pursue greatness.
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Andrew is a senior studying sociology. Andrew also works as a visual media manager for the Wisconsin Union on campus. He discovered his passion for photography just one year ago, sparking an interest that would lead to many new discoveries along the way. Andrew started work with Moda in the spring of last year, contributing to UW Fashion Week. Andrew is an enthusiast to the human condition, documenting the many ways and fields through which people choose to express their inner selves. Among these is the art of fashion. Andrew finds great pride behind the lens of a camera, focusing on ways in which he can enhance both the power of his subject matter, as well as finding ways to make the viewer engage in a deeper way than simply viewing.
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Reilly is a freshman double majoring in finance and marketing within the Wisconsin School of Business. She has always had a love for all-things fashion which makes her extremely excited to marry her analytical talents for numbers and finance with the creative side of fashion and publication. Not only will Reilly be acting as Moda’s Financial Manager, but she will also be collaborating with the Creative Team, helping to brainstorm looks and details for an assortment of Moda’s photo-shoots. As only a freshman, Reilly cannot wait to grow with Moda as she furthers her studies here at UW-Madison.
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Kelsey is a junior majoring in strategic communication with a certificate in digital studies. Before becoming a Creative Director Co-Chair, Kelsey was on the Creative Team and contributed to Moda’s Spring 2015 print issue during her sophomore year. Her fascination with fashion and creative vision began in middle school when she would cut out advertisements and editorials from fashion magazines to create “inspiration collages.” Now, as a Creative Director Co-Chair, Kelsey is looking forward to collaborating with her fellow Co-Chair and the Creative Team to produce innovative, evocative editorials.
Courtney is a senior majoring in Communication Arts. Prior to becoming Fashion Editor, she planned UW Fashion Week’s Couture and Cocktails event her sophomore year, and she served as both a lifestyle staff writer and the social media coordinator her junior year. For the past two summers, she has teamed up to write a summer column Summer in the City and Summer in the Big City. This past summer, Courtney interned for NEELY by VN in New Yowk City. She has also interned with CollegeFashionista as both a writer and an editorial intern for over two years. Courtney plans to spend her final year at Moda developing innovative and inspiring fashion content while showing everyone just how stylish the Madison community truly is.
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Meg is a junior majoring in journalism with certificates in digital studies and studio art. Prior to assuming her role as Lifestyle Editor for Moda, Meg worked as a Lifestyle Writer and columnist during her freshman and sophomore years. In her new role, Meg hopes to further develop Moda’s Lifestyle Section and to add additional focus to beauty-related content. This summer, Meg worked in Madison as an editorial intern for BRAVA Magazine. Upon graduating, Meg aspires to move to New York City to work for a major fashion and lifestyle publication.
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Haley is a junior majoring in biochemistry and microbiology, hoping to pursue a career in medical research. This is her first year as an editor, having been a staff writer for the Social Section last year. Her passion for social justice and political activism are driving forces behind the Culture Section this year, and she looks forward to connecting with new and old writers to produce intersectional and diverse content. She looks forward to expanding the section along with her staff and working to engage Madison’s student population in the community.
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Margaret is a sophomore planning to major in journalism. While she always possessed an interest in art, the time she spent this past year working as an Arts Writer and the Arts Editorial Assistant made her fall deeply in love with it. Inspired by her predecessor and with the help of a talented staff, she aims to cover news in the art world on both local and global scales. While sharing her passion for nearly anything art related, she hopes to generate meaningful and interesting content for the Madison community this year. Her three favorite things are vintage denim, Chelsea galleries, and Bradbury’s coffee.
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