Bria Lloyd graduated Magna Cum Laude from George Mason University (GMU) in Spring of 2018 with a degree in Communication, a concentration in Media Production and a minor in Sociology.
She was heavily involved in the Office of Student Media, where she served as a reporter for Mason Cable News and an executive board member of the Society of Professional Journalists. Lloyd was also named Journalism Student of the Year by the GMU Department of Communication in 2018.
Currently, Lloyd is an Associate Line Producer at PBS NewsHour where she oversees the daily script and manages the news assistant program. Prior to that, she was a Digital Producer at Al Jazeera English where she created videos that gained nearly 3 million views. Lloyd got her start as an on-air reporter for WDVM News just 3 days after graduation. There she shot, wrote and edited all her own stories and most notably, covered the largest embezzlement scandal in the history of Virginia.
In her free time, she enjoys mentoring college students and recent college grads pursuing a career in journalism. You can find her on a LinkedIn and Twitter @brialloyd.
March 04, 2021