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Digital Director

Catherine McGloin is currently completing her graduate studies in professional journalism at Northeastern University, having graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a bachelor’s degree in history and following a decade in the marketing and PR industry. As a content and creative director for international brands, Catherine developed best practices for audience engagement across a variety of digital platforms. She continues to be excited about the possibility of technology, especially when combined with her passion for social justice. Through her work at the Scope and as a staff writer for the Bay State Banner, she has honed her skills as a creative storyteller, and remains committed to giving a voice to communities that are often left out of the broader media landscape through authentic and accurate reporting.

Digital Director + Editor

Alexa Gagosz is a recent graduate of Suffolk University and current Masters of Media Innovation student at Northeastern University. She hailed from a small, sleepy town in the southeast corner of Connecticut until she started her life over at 18 when she moved to Boston. Almost instantly, she discovered what made her thrive: journalism. She filled the position of Editor-in-Chief of The Suffolk Journal, where she rebranded an 80-year-old, archaic collegiate newspaper and brought it into the digital age and ended up earning second place for Best Newspaper Apple Award in the country. She was also the Acting International News Editor and helped pull a a win for Best Website with the Associated Collegiate Press. She has clips and multimedia work in the Hartford Courant, Chicago Tribune, ABC News and the Norwich Bulletin.

In the future, it is her personal goal to figure a way to “save journalism” in the sense of salvaging the newspaper industry. It is no secret that the subscription to a newspaper is a gift to those who find reading the truth and documentation of humankind priceless, however, there is a growing percentage of the population that do not find it as popular. It’s Alexa’s intention to rid that stigma. 

Managing Editor of Content 

Eileen O’Grady is a journalism graduate student at Northeastern University. She holds a B.A. in politics and French from Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts, where she served as news editor for the Mount Holyoke News from 2017-2018. In her home state of Vermont she has done extensive reporting for The Shelburne News and The Citizen. Her coverage of a legal battle between a small town government and a statewide railroad company was published on the investigative news website Vermont Digger. She is happy to have the opportunity to continue her pursuit of local stories in neighborhoods around Boston.