Norah Mulinda loves reporting on politics, health, and activism through means of broadcast journalism. She grew up in Roanoke, Virginia and now attends the University of Virginia, double majoring in Media Studies and African & African American Studies. She will graduate in May 2021. She enjoys reporting on how healthcare intersects with journalism, as she plans to matriculate at Medical School following graduation.
What makes Charlottesville-Albemarle special to you?
Charlottesville-Albemarle is special to me because of the community atmosphere it fosters for both its residents and college students. Within less than a year, it already felt like home to me.
Most looking forward to about working at Charlottesville Tomorrow?
I look forward to learning more about the Charlottesville community and educating its residents on topics they might not otherwise be exposed to.
Ultimate Charlottesville Saturday?
My ultimate Saturday spent in Charlottesville would consist of looking at the mountains in the morning, eating at Got Dumplings for lunch, and strolling through the Downtown Mall at night.
Favorite arts and culture venue in Charlottesville and away from Charlottesville?
Scott Stadium during Concert for Charlottesville
Most interesting trip away from Charlottesville?
I enjoy visiting family in the beautiful country of Uganda during the summer.
What’s still on your bucket list?
I want to watch the sunrise on Humpback Mountain.