Hello to everyone out there who’s reading this.
My name is Fabiola Terrazas and I’m going to be the new editor at the Tejano Tribune.
I’m equally excited and nervous about this new chapter in my life.
I know this is going to be a great opportunity for my future and I’m grateful for it.
I know there are going to be many challenges for me during this semester, but I think this job is really worth it.
It’s what I’m passionate about, and being able to do what I love and getting paid for it is one of my goals in life.
I hope to be up for the challenge, because let me tell you, this is not an easy job.
I really want the Tejano Tribune readers to enjoy the newspaper and what we all have to say.
One of the things that I really love about this job is being able to express myself and get people’s attention to what I have to say.
I’ve been writing since I was little and I have a lot of imagination.
I can come up any kind of weird scenarios.
Up until the end of high school I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life.
It took me a while to figure it out.
In the process of finding out what my path was going to be I kind of fell into this career, and now I’m happy to say that it’s all I hoped for and more.
I am from Juarez, and I’m glad to say it, because really, it might not be a beautiful city, but Juarenses are people from an entire different world.
If you’ve never been there you should really go and visit.
I’ve lived there 16 of the 20 years I’ve been alive, so I think it’s safe to say that I know what I’m talking about.
The other 4 years of my life I spent them in Parral, which is also in the state of Chihuahua, but I consider myself a Juarense.
I see myself in a future living in a big city, full with energy and people from all around the world.
I want to work in a newspaper or magazine and be a reporter for them and maybe, if I’m going big here, becoming the editor at that workplace.
I hope that from now on you enjoy my columns and whatever crazy or not crazy story I want to share with you all.
So you are going to hear from me every week, and if you have any ideas or complaints about the EPCC community, you can tell us about it.
We’ll maybe run your idea.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll make sure to listen to all your opinions.