Professional Interests: Women and Media, Media Analysis, Cultural Criticism, Live Journalism Performances, Millennials and Digital Media, News Satire, Comedy as a Form of Journalism
At Mills Since 2019
Keli Dailey teaches journalism and communications courses at Mills College and Saint Mary's College of California. Dailey is the creator of Surviving San Francisco, a series of fact-based comedy shows examining life in America's most expensive city. She created a comedy-news webseries for young women called News Hangover. As a culture journalist, Dailey uses her multimedia storytelling skills to advance truth, democracy and the common good. Dailey’s news path includes the Los Angeles Times and TIME magazine’s Asia Bureau. She was also an award-winning food critic at the San Diego Union-Tribune. In 2013, Dailey was awarded a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University. Her master’s degree comes from the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, where she concentrated in feature writing and documentary photography. Her undergraduate degrees in English literature and journalism come from the University of Texas at Austin, in her home state.
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