• Gemma Acheampong

    Web Content Producer

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    Gemma Acheampong is a web content producer for BU Today, The Brink, and Bostonia. As a producer, she works with the editorial and creative teams to produce digital, multimedia content. She graduated from BU with a degree in English in 2015. After graduating, she competed semiprofessionally in track and field for Ghana for over seven years and competed in the Rio 2016 Olympics with the Ghanaian relay team. Profile

  • Andrew Hallock

    Web Content Producer

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    Andrew Hallock is a web content producer for BU Today, The Brink, and Bostonia, as well as a BU alum with a degree in advertising. In his free time, Andrew manages a recording studio and works regularly with local artists looking to perfect their sound. He also loves dogs, cooking, hiking, and rock climbing (in no particular order). He can be reached at wandrew@bu.edu. Profile

  • Dana Ferrante

    Production Manager

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    Dana Ferrante is production manager for BU Today, The Brink, and Bostonia, and produces BU Today’s award-winning, biweekly podcast Question of the Week. She is also a Metropolitan College MLA candidate in gastronomy, and can be reached at dferr@bu.edu. Profile

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There is 1 comment on Why Do So Many Autistic Girls Go Undiagnosed?

  1. Thanks for this informative discussion of autism among different genders. One of my kids was fairly recently diagnosed as on the autism spectrum and is nonbinary, so I was glad to see that brought up toward the end.

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