Alanna Adamko completed her bachelor of Journalism degree at the University of Regina in 2011. Although she considers herself a print journalist, she has skills in many areas of multimedia -- an asset to any modern newsroom.
She has written in daily and weekly newspapers, as well as magazines. She does photography, layout, web, video and radio production.
She is currently filling a temporary position as a security manager assistant at Sasktel's Corporate Security.
In high school she took several years of multimedia classes, focusing on video, photography and web production.
While in university she worked for a summer term as a computer support analyst providing computer and internet based assistance in a federal government agency.
For her school internship she worked at The StarPhoenix, a daily Postmedia newspaper in Saskatoon.
At the paper she wrote not only for the daily news but pitched ideas for several feature length series. She wrote in-depth features on issues surrounding senior citizens in poverty, daycare, First Nations and new immigrants.
In Saskatoon, she also wrote several pieces for the quarterly business publication, Saskatoon Business.