The Executive Department


Angelique Fullwood, Editor-in-Chief

Angelique Fullwood is a writer, editor, film maker and grassroots organizer from Tampa, Florida. Currently attending Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in political science.

Fullwood is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Journey Magazine, FAMU’s award winning student magazine.

When she’s not participating in student media at FAMU’s School of Journalism and Graphic Communication or engaging in community politics she’s probably reading, writing a hot 16, or doing amateur karaoke with friends.


Karlyn Sykes, Managing Editor

This is my second year on Journey’s staff, and I have to say we’re back and better than ever. Aside from serving as the Managing Editor I am also an RA on campus and a member of the Omega Xi chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi. Thus far I’ve interned for PR Vein, W3r Condulsitng and Girls’ Life magazine. When I’m not being an involved Famu student you can find me at the gym or out to brunch with my friends. We look forward to seeing you on the pages of Journey this year!

Brianna Hicks, Copy Desk Chief 



Brianna Hicks is a senior broadcast journalism student at Florida Agricultural Mechanical University (FAMU). She was born and raised in Fort Myers, Florida and attended Florida Southwestern Collegiate High school, where she discovered her dream of being a storyteller. She enjoys cheering on her Miami Heat, Florida Gators and Miami Dolphins (even when they give her a headache). When she is not watching sports, she’s relaxing and catching up on her latest TV shows like power, and insecure. She enjoys playing with her eight-year old dog, Biggie or reading a good book.

She has dreamed of going head to head with Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless. After graduation, her plans include taking her professional education exam and becoming a teacher. If you see her say Heyyy. She is happy to be on the Hill with each one of you.


The Art Department

Malkia Peterson, Assistant Art Director

Malkia Peterson is a Tallahassee based creative and third year graphic design student. She currently serves as one of the Art Director’s assistant for Journey Magazine. She is an art and magazine enthusiast. In her free time, she loves to be creating whether it be designs, art or clothing. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career that involves business, fashion and design.


Meishara Jaghai, Assistant Art Director
Greetings! I am a senior Graphic Design student from Miami Gardens, FL.
This is my first semester on staff for Journey Magazine and I look forward to
working with everyone. As an award winning designer, I look forward to creating
more award winning, creatively consistent work with Journey Magazine. When I’m
not designing I am enjoy shopping, traveling, spending time with my family and friends,
and practicing make up on my mom and sister.



Lakayra Larramore, Co-Art Director


Lakayra Larramore transferred to FAMU during her junior year of college. She is currently a broadcast journalism student with a passion for graphic design. She enjoys the fast pace life of working as a freelance designer, ensuring her client’s delight. She currently serves as the co-Art Director for Journey Magazine. In the end, Larramore, who would rather be called Kay, is a student who strives to work for a major magazine company, in that order.

The Communications Department


Shaqueria Howard, Communications Director

Shaqueria Howard was born on July 29, 1995 and raised in Tallahassee, Florida. She is the only child to her mother Cathy Walker and oldest daughter from her father Derrick Howard. She is an honors graduate of James S. Rickards High School. Shaqueria is currently a senior Public Relations student at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and intends to graduate in December of 2017.

Shaqueria has interned with the LipBar where she served as the
social media/graphic design intern. She has also worked with
Krystle Coleman of Midori Star Media Group and served as her publicity assistant. Shaqueria was also a Public Relations intern at Slip N Slide Records, She performed as the most productive Intern for the Spring 2017 semester. At Florida A&M University she served as the Community Service Director for Public Relations Society of America. At Florida A&M University she serves as theCommunications Director for Journey Magazine. Shaqueria plans to expand her talents in Public Relations in the Entertainment industry upon graduation.

Brielle Crooms, Public Relations Associate




Brielle Crooms is a senior, attending Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU) pursuing her Bachelors of Science degree in Public Relations (PR) at the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication. She was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida and has earned her high school diploma from Leon High School. While attending Leon High School she participated in the Business Entrepreneur’s club, Future Business Leaders of America club and was a cheerleader for two years. Brielle earned her Associates of Arts degree from Tallahassee Community College in 2015.

As she anticipates to graduate in the fall semester of 2018, she currently participates in the Journey Magazine on the FAMU Tallahassee campus as a PR Associate. After graduation, Brielle hopes to work in many professional settings to enhance and gain hands-on experience for her communications and networking skills. Brielle aspires to one day open an after-school care recreational center for the youth to have a place to study, enhance or define any talents that each child has.


The Multimedia Department

Nallah Brown, Digital Communications Director

I’m a third year journalism student from Houston and Atlanta. I claim them both because they made me into the dope individual I am today. I am very passionate about communications, both the noun, and the field of work. On my free time I like to read, write, watch films/documentaries, and create magic with my camera. The advancement of humanity, and social justice is very important to me. I come form a family full of independent thinkers, so my mind is my prized possession. I am very excited to make forward progress with Journey Magazine and enhance the magazine’s brand as the Digital Communications Director. STAFF



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