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Cecilia Ostroski

Cecilia Ostroski, Assistant Social Media Editor

Celie Ostroski is the Assistant Social Media Editor for The Carroll News. She is from Brecksville, Ohio, and is majoring in communications (digital media) and double minoring in leadership development and Catholic studies.

Celie has always had a passion for writing and storytelling, so when she found out about The Carroll News, she knew that she had to get involved. She started working at TCN her freshman year, and is known for her articles on how often the men at JCU think about the Roman Empire, and answering the trivial question if John Carroll University is Jesuit enough.

In addition to her involvement in The Carroll News, Celie is a Leadership Scholar and a Blue Streak Ambassador. Off campus, you can find her getting involved with Northcoast Spirit TEC, an organization that plans retreats for high school students, young adults and adults in the Northeast Ohio area. She also is a self employed video editor, where she produces, films and edits videos for different clients.

When not busy with anything school or work related, Celie enjoys reading(particularly British and Southern Gothic literature), hanging out with friends and family, photography, volunteering, and just being her kind, goofy self.

In the future, Celie hopes to become a communications manager of a parish, diocese or even a reporter for the Vatican.

To contact Celie, you can email her at [email protected]

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