Deputy Director, World Journalism Institute
Kimberly Collins is former Deputy Director of World Journalism Institute.
Kim is the former deputy director at World Journalism Institute. She has been the dean of instruction for the New York course in 2010 and 2011. She is a WJI fellow and editor of the WJI Times Observer. She is a graduate of Covenant College.
January 15th, 2012
Latest: The institute has extended invitations to eighteen journalists from several African countries.
The international workshop program will be held in Africa Sunday, January 15, through Friday, January 27, 2012, at the African Bible University campus outside of Kampala, Uganda.
The teaching will be led by Mindy Belz of WORLD magazine.
WJI will choose 15 applicants and pay for their expenses to and from the workshop under the Joel Belz International Media Fellowship Program.
The African workshop is the second phase of the WJI Belz International Fellows Program which was begun to equip, place and encourage Christians in the newsrooms of the world.