• Brooke Anderson (ABJ ’00) correspondent, Entertainment Tonight
  • Bonnie Arnold (ABJ ’77) President of DreamWorks Animation
  • Jack Avrett (ABJ ’50, deceased) Chairman of Avrett, Free, and Ginsberg, New York. Former Chairman of the American Advertising Federation
  • Joel Babbit (ABJ ’76) co-founder and CEO, Mother Nature Network
  • Danny Beard (ABJ ’74), music producer, member of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame
  • Dennis Berry (ABJ ’66) former President and COO, Cox Enterprises
  • Deborah Blum (ABJ ’77) Pulitzer Prize winning science writer
  • Ernest Camp, Jr. (ABJ ’27, deceased) Founder of the Society of Professional Journalists
  • Chip Caray (ABJ ’87) sports broadcaster, Foxs Sports South
  • Maxine Kasselman Clark (ABJ ’71) Founder and former CEO of Build-A-Bear Workshop
  • Cathy Cox (ABJ ’80) Dean of Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law and former Secretary of State of Georgia
  • Jackie Crosby (ABJ ’83) and Randall Savage (ABJ ’72) Winners of a 1985 Pulitzer Prize for their examination of academics and athletics
  • Donald A. Davis (ABJ ’62) Former UPI reporter and White House correspondent. New York Times bestselling author
  • Steve Dorff (ABJ ’71) Award-winning songwriter and music producer
  • Tom Dowden (ABJ ’62, MA ’64), founder and CEO of Dowden Communications
  • Lee Duffey, Jr., and Jenny Neal Duffey – (ABJ ’76) Founders of Atlanta-based Duffey Communications
  • Justin Gillis (ABJ ’82) climate change science reporter, New York Times
  • Amy Glennon (ABJ ’90), first female publisher of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (2012-2016), publisher vertical businesses – Cox Media Group
  • Lewis Grizzard (’84, deceased) Best-selling author, humorist and syndicated newspaper columnist
  • Brenda Hampton (ABJ ’72) creator and executive producer, “7th Heaven” and “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
  • Krista Harden (ABJ ’81), former deputy secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • John Holliman (ABJ ’70, deceased) war correspondent, CNN
  • Lisa Ryan Howard (ABJ ’92) senior vice president of advertising, New York Times
  • Betty Hudson (ABJ ’71) Senior vice president of communications at National Geographic Society. Former senior vice president of NBC
  • Charlayne Hunter-Gault (ABJ ’63) Peabody Award winning journalist for PBS, CNN & NPR, one of two students to integrate UGA in 1961
  • Josh Jackson (ABJ ’94) Co-founder/editor of Paste”music magazine
  • Tom Johnson (ABJ ’63) retired chairman, CNN
  • Ernie Johnson, Jr. (ABJ ’78) host, “The NBA on TNT”
  • Randy Jones (ABJ ’77) CEO, Capital Publishing Inc. and founder of Worth magazine
  • John Kasay (ABJ ’94) retired NFL player, Carolina Panthers
  • Ashley Kohler (ABJ ’96), president and executive producer, Awesome Incorperated
  • Jason Kreher (ABJ ’00) creative director, Wieden + Kennedy
  • Earl Leonard (ABJ ’58) Former senior vice president for public affairs for the Coca-Cola Company.
  • Tim Mapes (ABJ ’86), senior vice president of marketing for Delta Airlines
  • Dan Magill (ABJ ’42, deceased) Sports information director, head tennis coach at UGA, retired
  • Gene Methvin (ABJ ’55, deceased) former senior editor, Reader’s Digest
  • Hala Moddelmog (ABJ ’81) CEO, President and CEO, Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
  • Julie Moran (ABJ ’84) host, “Mission Makeover” (Lifetime)
  • Powell Moore (ABJ ’59) Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs
  • William S. (Billy) Morris III (ABJ ’56) Chairman and CEO, Morris Communications Company
  • Chad Mumm (ABJ ’08) creative director, Vox Media; founder, Vox Entertainment
  • Dink NeSmith (ABJ ’70) president of Community Newspapers
  • Deborah Norville (ABJ ’79) host, “Inside Edition”
  • Steve Oney (ABJ ’79) Los Angeles-based writer/author
  • Eugene Patterson (ABJ ’43, deceased) Editor Washington Post, St. Petersburg Times, Pulitzer Prize 1967
  • Don Perry (ABJ ’74, deceased) Vice-president of public relations, Chick-fil-A, Inc.
  • Edwin Pope (ABJ ’48, deceased), long time sports columnist, Miami Herald
  • Deborah Roberts (ABJ ’82) ABC News
  • Mark Schlabach (ABJ ’96) reporter and correspondent, ESPN and New York Times best-selling author
  • Meredith Seacrest (ABJ ’03) executive director and COO, Ryan Seacrest Foundation
  • Loran Smith (ABJ ’62), columnist and broadcaster for the Georgia Bulldogs
  • Amy Robach (ABJ ’95), news anchor, “Good Morning America”
  • Maria Taylor (ABJ ’09), co-host of the SEC’S version of ESPN’s “College Gameday,” “SEC Nation.”
  • Carolyn Tieger (ABJ ’69) retired partner and managing director, Porter Novelli
  • Kathy Trocheck (ABJ ’76), aka Mary Kay Andrews, New York Times best selling author of more than 20 books
  • Lamar Trotti (ABJ ’21, deceased) Academy Award winning screenwriter
  • Alex Wallace (ABJ ’04) meteorologist and week anchor, The Weather Channel
  • Mark Warshaw (ABJ ’97), producer and director
  • Scott Williamson (MMC ’92) VP public affairs & communications, The Coca-Cola Company
  • Madison (Ken) Woo, (ABJ ’78), director of photography, owner, EyeMagic Productions, Inc.
  • C. Richard Yarbrough (ABJ ’62) managing director of communications, 1996 Olympic Games
  • Sally Quillian Yates (ABJ ’82, JD ’86) former United States Deputy Attorney General