Clark Fouraker, bureau chief, is a senior majoring in telecommunications, with an emphasis in news, and minoring in religion. Along with serving as UF's bureau chief for ABC News On Campus, Clark anchors and reports for WUFT News, Gainesville's PBS affiliate. In the past two summers, Clark worked as a freelance associate producer for First Coast News (WTLV/WJXX-NBC/ABC) in Jacksonville.
When not chasing stories, Clark enjoys cheering on the best team in the land: the Florida Gators. He also serves as a leader for Young Life, a Christian organization that reaches out to local high school students. Clark is excited to cover the Southeast for ABC News on Campus.
Lynne Guey is a senior pursuing a bachelor's degree in Telecommunication-news with minors in Business and Chinese. Lynne is a Floridian at heart but aspires to travel the world as a foreign correspondent in the future. She has previously reported for University of Florida's on campus television and radio stations, WUFT-TV and WRUF-AM. She has also interned with WCJB TV 20 in Gainesville, in addition to hosting CBS's local "Close to Home" summer segment in 2009. Lynne is an active blogger and spends much of her free time covering feature stories for CampusTweet.TV and GamedayTap.com She is also a Florida Cicerone and loves spreading the spirit of the Gator nation to others.
Amy Rigby, who grew up in the small town of Pace, Fla. is a third-year telecommunication-news student. Last year she reported, anchored and produced for WRUF-AM, a radio station in Gainesville, where she hosted the local NPR-affiliated show "The Front Page Edition of All Things Considered." Stories she's covered include NASA shuttle launches and features on homeless veterans. She has also covered stories for WUFT-TV in Gainesville, the local PBS affiliate.
Rigby is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Association of Asian Communicators. In fall 2009, she sharpened her online skills as a Web intern at WCJB-TV20, a local ABC affiliate. When she's not chasing down stories, Rigby likes to play guitar, travel and spend time with her family.
Olivia Stacey is a senior at the University of Florida pursuing a bachelor's degree in telecommunications news and a minor in education. In addition to her work with ABC News on Campus Olivia reports and anchors for WUFT-TV, Gainesville's PBS affiliate. She also reports, anchors and produces for AM 850 WRUF, UF's award-winning radio news station. This past summer, Olivia had the opportunity to enhance her broadcasting skills as an intern for 10 News (WTSP-CBS) in Tampa.
Outside of the newsroom she serves as a student ambassador and presidential host with the Florida Cicerones/SAA. Olivia's campus involvement also includes volunteering with a non-profit group dedicated to improving schools in Alachua County and serving as Treasurer of the Journalism and Communications College Council, which oversees each of the college's student organizations. Olivia enjoys spending time with family, traveling and cheering on her favorite team, the Florida Gators!
Meg Wagner joins ABC News on Campus as a second-year journalism major. Born and raised in Tampa, Fla., Wagner served as a reporter, cartoonist and editor for her high school newspaper, and in 2009 she was named the Florida Scholastic Press Association's Student Journalist of the Year.
Wagner works as a contributing writer for The Independent Florida Alligator, the largest student-run newspaper in the country. She's a member of UF's chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and currently serves on the organization's executive board. She has written for The Tampa Tribune as both a community columnist and a book critic. An avid lover of American politics, Wagner is pursuing a certificate in political campaigning in addition to her bachelor's degree in anticipation of a career in political journalism.