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After graduating from Gardner-Webb University in 1987, Roberta Borden Wilson spent the next 15 years working as a journalist. She also taught journalism at GWU for two years and later left newspapers to became a high school English teacher. During her 14 years as a teacher, Wilson began the transition to a career that had interested her when she was younger.
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Office of University Communications, "At GWU, Alumna Developed Writing and Interviewing Talents She Now Uses as a Counselor" (2020). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 90.