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Sonaiya Kelley

Sonaiya Kelley is a Metpro trainee at the Los Angeles Times. She recently served as the digital producer at Essence and Allure magazines and has interned for Mashable, HGTV Magazine and Patch.com. An alumna of Stony Brook University’s School of Journalism and the Bronx High School of Science, Kelley is a New York native with interests spanning both reporting and media production. Catch her on Twitter tweeting about "The Walking Dead" and the state of Black America.
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