About Me

Micah A. Bledsoe is a broadcast journalist at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. Bledsoe serves as the President of the ASU student chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, NABJ. She’s been the president of NABJ at ASU since May 2017. Previously she’s given tours of campus as a member of Devils’ Advocates, ASU’s oldest organization. She worked as an intern for Your PHX CW6 and Cronkite News as a sustainability reporter in Los Angeles, California. Bledsoe was awarded the Rock Valley College Recognition Writing Award in 2015. She completed her undergraduate degree in May 2018 with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communications and a double minor in political science and women gender studies Magna Cum Laude. In 2017, she was accepted into Walter Cronkite’s accelerated master’s program to complete her graduate degree in mass communication. Currently, Bledsoe is finishing her last year to earn her masters of mass communication. Eventually, she would like to host her own television show.

Below you will find her resume.