Harmony Hamilton

Walker Communications Fellow, Audubon Louisiana

Harmony Hamilton is a Louisiana native and graduate of Nicholls State University. She earned a bachelor’s degree in mass communication with a concentration in journalism in 2015. During her time at Nicholls, she took part in numerous positions that further developed her communication and journalism skills. She was an intern at WDSU Channel 6 News in New Orleans, managing editor for the first issue of Nicholls’ online magazine Garde Voir Ci, secretary for the NSU Chapter of the Radio Television Digital News Association, board operator and broadcaster for KNSU radio located on Nicholls’ campus and a reporter for riverparishfootball.com. Her love for storytelling and connecting with people earned her the Outstanding Broadcast Journalism Graduate Award for the year 2015. She is constantly looking for new ways to use her colorful storytelling qualities to positively impact humanity and shine a new light in the world of journalism. Harmony Hamilton lives in LaPlace, Louisiana.

Articles by Harmony Hamilton

A Living Laboratory of Restoration and Conservation
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A Living Laboratory of Restoration and Conservation

— Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary
Leveraging The Power of GIS for Conservation
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Leveraging The Power of GIS for Conservation

— By leveraging the power of GIS, Geographic Information System, Audubon Louisiana can analyze, store and manipulate spatial data to help translate complex issues to a broader audience through mapping, graphs and other visual representations.
Meet the Audubon Louisiana Technicians Making Beaches Safe for the Birds
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Meet the Audubon Louisiana Technicians Making Beaches Safe for the Birds

— Kelly Dempsey and Kiah Williams are Audubon Louisiana’s coastal bird technicians that reside in Grand Isle during the summer to band, observe and protect nesting shorebirds.