Gina Garcia is the Program Director of the Master of Journalism Program at Georgetown University.
Before joining the MPS Journalism team, Garcia worked as an Emmy nominated Producer with The CBS This Morning National News Program in Washington DC where she spent six years producing hard hitting news segments such as the latest news streaming from the White House, national elections, congressional legislation, espionage, breaking news and all things affecting the nation’s capitol and surrounding areas. She also covered crisis, undercover, consumer, medical and feature stories. Prior to CBS News, Garcia worked with NBC’s Today Show where she spent five years field producing, booking, and researching in the Washington DC Bureau.
Garcia also is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) Organization and serves as Vice President of Public Affairs for Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc., a National Community Service Organization. She earned a Master's in Integrated Marketing and Communications from Georgetown and a dual degree Bachelor of Arts in journalism and psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. Follow her on Twitter @DCTexan.
Carole Feldman is the Interim Faculty Director for Journalism and she teaches the culminating Journalism Capstone class to master’s degree students at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies.
Feldman, a 41-year-veteran of The Associated Press’ Washington bureau serves as a news editor overseeing coverage of domestic beats, including health, education, the environment, housing and veterans affairs. She has also supervised coverage of the White House, Congress, national security, the economy, and presidential and congressional elections. Her AP career began in New Jersey and prior to joining AP, she worked for newspapers in North Carolina and New Jersey.
Feldman is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists ethics committee and worked on revisions to the organization’s widely used code of ethics.
A New York native, she received a master’s degree in journalism from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Pennsylvania State University.
Sage Bierman is the Program Manager for the Marketing and Communications Team.
Originally from Mystic, CT (of Mystic Pizza fame), Sage Bierman earned her B.A. in English from the University of Vermont in 2014. She moved to Washington, D.C. in October 2017 after completing her master's degree in Public Relations from Boston University's College of Communication.
She joins the School of Continuing Studies from the Georgetown Law Center, where she served as the Scholarship Coordinator in the Admissions Office. Drawn to the Program Manager position because of the opportunity it presented to combine her experience in higher education with her passion for communications, Sage is excited to be at SCS and to become a part of the team. In her free time, Sage enjoys taking advantage of the Smithsonian museums, spending too much time at Target, and pursuing her mission to find the best nachos in D.C.