Meet the Staff
Editor-in-Chief: Renae Reints
Renae is a senior print journalism major with a double minor in environmental studies and French. She has been writing for the Voice since freshman year, when she had the opportunity to cover the Tsarnaev trial from within the courtroom. Since then, Renae has interned with Massachusetts Peace Action and Boston Magazine, covering everything from protests to popular corn mazes. After graduation, Renae hopes to continue writing, traveling, and living in a major city.
Managing Editor/Executive Producer: Matt Brown
Matt Brown is a senior film production major, whose passion for news and story-telling compels him to create films, newscasts, and video. Now, Matt works at WHDH Channel 7 News in Boston, and is currently on track to become Assistant Director after graduation. He hopes to one day work as a director in television. Besides creating short films and working in the control room on broadcast news, Matt loves to play golf, listen to NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series (Chance the Rapper on repeat), and spoil his new kitten, Benny.
News/Features Editor: Rosalie Pothier
Amanda is a senior broadcast journalism major and loves everything and anything about pop culture. She has been writing for the Voice for three years, specifically for the arts & entertainment section. She also is one of the hosts for PopVoice. After college, she plans on moving to Los Angeles or New York to pursue her dream career as an entertainment reporter and hopes to interview more famous actors and musicians.
Veronica Neto is a senior print journalism major with a double minor in Women’s & Gender Studies and Creative Writing. She has been writing for the Voice since her freshman year in mostly A&E, News, and Opinions. After she graduates, she wants to attend grad school and get some experience writing for local newspapers and magazines. Ultimately, she would love to one day become an editor for a major magazine.
Lifestyle Editor: Michaela Fawcett
Michaela Fawcett is a sophomore communications major with a concentration in public relations and advertising. Now the lifestyle editor for The Suffolk Voice, she began her endeavors with the club during her freshman year when her passion for fashion and writing led her to the organization. Michaela enjoys spending her free time exploring Boston, shopping, and photographing the city. In the future, she hopes to work for a major fashion magazine or on political campaigns in New York or Washington D.C.
Multimedia Editor: Iga Mejzner
Mike Miccoli – 2006-2008
Manny Veiga – 2008-2010
Ben Fountain – 2010-2011
Sarah Mattero – 2011-2012
Colleen Heafey – 2012-2013
Ethan Hartley – 2013-2014
Juan Esteban Cajigas – 2014-2015
Melissa Jean – 2015-2016
Andrew Bourque – 2016-2017
Renae Reints – 2017-2018