Karina Zelaya-Trejo is a senior at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, where she is majoring in Communication with a concentration in media and a minor in Digital Arts. Karina is originally from Maryland but spent most of her life in Durham, North Carolina.
During her time at UNCW, Karina has been a part of the TealTV team and Seahawk News as a videographer and working with the Technology Assistance Center assisting clients with technical issues. She has interned at Encore Magazine, producing and editing content, and has spent her free time tutoring children in Spanish. At the Wilson Center, Karina is looking forward to working hands-on with the marketing department on shows and embracing the flexibility to work in other departments to learn everything she can.
From a young age, she has always been interested in learning filmography, from analyzing the behind-the-scenes of shows and films to creating her short films. In her free time, she likes taking photographs of her friends, going to the movies, and when she’s not at TAC, going to the UNCW Student Recreation Center.
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