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Staci Lyn Adelman

Staci Lyn Adelman, American news director. Inductee Orange High School Alumni Hall of Fame, 1996.


  • Adelman, Staci Lyn was born on December 23, 1965 in Cleveland. Daughter of Lawrence G. and Joanne C. (Cole) Adelman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1987. Master of Science in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1987.


    • Reporting intern Fort Lauderdale (Florida) and Sun-Sentinel, 1986. Correspondent WNNE-television, Washington, 1987. Associate producer WKYC-television, Cleveland, 1987.

      Correspondent Newslink News Service, Washington, 1988. Executive producer Hearst Broadcasting, 1989-1995. Director news Tribune Broadcasting's Washington Bureau, since 1996.

      Internship coordinator Tribune Broadcasting, Washington, 1996-1997.


    Member alumni admissions council representative Northwestern University Alumni. Member The Singing Angels, Cleveland. Judge Miss United States of America State Pagaents, Mississippi, Rhode Island.

    Guard instructor Yorktown High School Color Guard, Arlington, Virginia, 1989-1996. Member, emcee, dance captain The Alexandria (Virginia) Singers, since 1990. Speaker Close-Up Foundation, Washington, since 1995.

    Judge Atlantic States Judging Association, Virginia, since 1996. Member Delta Zeta Alumni Association Northern Virginia.



    Volleyball, singing, dance, color guard, theater.

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    Born December 23, 1965
    (age 51)
    • 1987
      Northwestern University
    • 1987
      Northwestern University
    • 1986
      Reporting intern, Fort Lauderdale (Florida) and Sun-Sentinel
    • 1987
      correspondent WNNE-television
      Washington, United States
    • 1987
      associate, producer WKYC-television
      Cleveland, Ohio, United States
    • 1988
      correspondent Newslink News Service
      Washington, United States
    • 1989 - 1995
      executive, producer Hearst Broadcasting
    • 1996
      director, news Tribune Broadcasting's Washington Bureau