Selena Hill is an award-winning, entrepreneurial journalist with a passion for social justice and women empowerment. She currently works full time as the Digital Editor for Black Enterprise magazine, where she writes, edits, and covers events around the country. Infusing her passion for journalism and social justice, Selena created “Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio” as a platform to inform, educate, and empower others about current events, politics, and social issues from a Millennial perspective. The award-winning talk show broadcasts on WHCR 90.3 FM “The Voice of Harlem” and is streamed online at www.LYVBH.com every Sunday from 11 am – 1 pm ET. On the show, Selena has booked and/or interviewed Sen. Cory Booker, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Russell Simmons, and former MSNBC host Toure, among others.
Selena also works as a TV correspondent, assistant producer, and social media manager for “What’s Eating Harlem,” which airs on PBS local affiliate station NYC Life. On the show, she books and interviews prominent entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and movers-and-shakers in Harlem.
In the past, Selena has worked as a Special Election Coverage Reporter covering the 2012 presidential election and current events at Russell Simmons’ GlobalGrind.com. In addition, she freelanced for the New York Amsterdam News, one of the nation’s longest running historically Black newspapers, and has worked at NV (New Vision in business) Magazine, where she’s landed on-camera interviews with Rev. Jesse Jackson, Angela Simmons, and Big Sean.
In September 2016, Selena was honored with The New York Association of Black Journalists Awards for Best Blog Commentary.