Jarondakie Patrick currently resides in New York City, where she is a Digital Producer and Writer. Her production work spans across book publishing with St. Martin's Press and magazine/news publishing industry with Harper's Bazaar, Hearst Digital Media, and Fox News. In her free time you can find her reading women's fiction, writing, practicing yoga, and researching tech and digital media.
She is an alumna of Howard University's School of Communications located in Washington, D.C. She holds a BA in journalism with a concentration in print and online media.
While attending HU she interned at several news outlets in the Washington area as: WHUR 96.3, McClatchy Newspapers, Voice of America, and the Washington Business Journal. In summer of 2012 she interned with The Roanoke Times, a daily publication covering the Southwest Virginia region.
Ms. Patrick is originally from the Cajun state Louisiana and grew up in the capital city Baton Rouge. She attended public schools and developed a deep interest in connecting to communities and the people within those communities. While in Washington she volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club, Amnesty International, Zimbabwe Educational Fund, Women for Women International, Cardozo High School, and Language ETC as an English teacher.
She is always seeking opportunities to advance herself in new media and journalism. In the meantime, she enjoys traveling, hiking, biking, and learning about other cultures.