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Lillian Donahue is a junior at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. Before pursuing her bachelor’s degree, she worked in her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, at The Higher Education Channel (HECTV) as an on-air talent and intern reporter.
In Phoenix, Donahue has worked for many television stations, including KNOW 99, CW6, 3TV and CBS5. Donahue just returned from Hawaii, where she worked as a full-time Dow Jones News Fund digital reporting intern at Hawaii News Now for the summer.
Donahue is bilingual and hopes to report internationally in both English and Spanish on issues that mean the most to Arizona’s diverse communities.
Aside from journalism, Donahue enjoys playing the viola for the ASU Philharmonia orchestra.