Marcelle Hutchins

Multimedia Journalist


Marcelle Hutchins

I received my Master's degree in Journalism from Emerson College in May 2015.

I was named one of the four recipients of PRI's Global Nation Exchange Leadership Digital Fellow for 2016-2017.



What does it mean to be ‘black enough’

My interview with the Washington Post on what it means to be 'black enough'.
The Washington Post Link to Story

These elected officials are among the few born outside the US

Reported on the rise of foreign- born politicians in the US .
PRI/Public Radio International Link to Story

I Attended A Trump Rally As A Black Journalist

Attended Trump’s rally in Maine and shared my story.
The Huffington Post Link to Story

Jerk chicken, a Jamaican staple

Interviewed a Boston-based chef on the origin of Jerk chicken.
PRI/Public Radio International Link to Story

Watch 4 Women Discuss Identity and Ethnic Labels

A mini documentary that examines ethnic labels.
Huffington Post Black Voices Link to Story

The kid with the stinky lunch

The story of how I learned to love my mother's African food.
PRI/Public Radio International Link to Story

‘An African City’

My interview with the producer of “An African City”.

I AM black enough.

An essay about what it means to be a Black woman in the US.
PRI/Public Radio International Link to Story

Living in a seeing world

"Living in a seeing world," a documentary about blindness.

Beauty Expectations of Black Women

Graduate school capstone project.

Blindness-What it means for people who can see

Based off of my documentary"Living in a seeing world," I take the day walking around as a blind person.


Marcelle Hutchins

Moving to the city has been my dream for years, and I'm thrilled to immerse myself into the diverse culture and to learn what it means to be a Bostonian. I began my career in journalism at the University of Maine at Farmington, where I reported for the campus newspaper, the Farmington Flyer, Mount Blue TV and the Mount Desert Islander.

I received my bachelor's degree in 2012 and moved to Portland, Maine, where I worked for "Maine Calling," an interactive radio talk show on the Maine Public Broadcasting Network.

In the fall of 2013 I was accepted to Emerson College for their two- year graduate program in broadcast journalism, and graduated in May 2015 with a master's degree.

Currently, I work at WGBH Educational Foundation.



  • Nielsen
  • ProTrack
  • Digital Media
  • Social Media
  • AP Stylebook
  • PowerPoint
  • iNews
  • Editing
  • Teleprompter
  • Adobe
  • Television
  • Radio
  • Blogger
  • Google+
  • Wordpress
  • Nikon 3200
  • Final Cut
  • Reporting
  • Writing