Ep 99: What Happens Next with charter school alum and journalist Amanda Milian


Ryan Kairalla

Ep 99: What Happens Next with charter school alum and journalist Amanda Milian

This week, Ryan sits with Amanda Milian, a charter school graduate and current student at Florida International University studying digital broadcasting. On this episode, Amanda talks about her experience working with the SLAM Radio SiriusXM station and how this has contributed to the work that she does now. Amanda also talks about taking over as the new host of What Happens Next on Academica Media and provides advice for high school seniors in pursuing their future endeavors. Tune in! Host: Ryan Kairalla (@ryankair) Producer: Ross Ulysse

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